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at Philippi, 153.

at Casarea, 158.

at Jerusalem, 158 sq.

charges against, 160 sq.

his purification, 161, 162.

is arrested, 162.

claims his citizenship, 163,

165.



Paul, by birth a Pharisee, 164.

was conspired against, 164.

was sent to Csesarea, 164 sq.

before Felix, 164 sq., 172.

received financial aid, 167,

194.
his death, 170, 171, 304,

305, 368, 391.

his journey to Rome, 172 sq.

at Rome, 175 sq., 184 sq.

his last days, 199 sq.

toward Mosaic legalism* 225

sq.

his type of piety, 266.

in face of current specula-
tions, 344 sq.
his view of the Boman

power, 391, 409.
his view of Ephesus and its

religious condition, 402.
gaveantinomian tendencies,

439.
his broad idea of the Gospel,

497 sq.
his new view of The Law,

500 sq.

his Pastorals, 611 sq.

Paulinism, 499 sq., 513, 514.
Pella, 289, 290, 292, 294.
Perga, 69, 70, 81.
Pergaraum and its temple of

JSscalapius, 398, 399, 400, 401.
Persecution was from the best

rulers, 411, 413, 442 sq.
an assertion of the state's

claim to obedience, 413, 414.

under Domitian, 439, 442 sq.

Peter, apostle of the Jews, vii.,

14, 18, 21, 22, 24, 31, 35, 39,

62, 216, 218, 224 sq., 297 sq.
his testimony to the resur-
rection, 6, 21.
his testimony to the gift of

the Spirit, 14, 16.
question as to the use of his

shadow, 25.

sent to the Samaritans, 34.

on Cornelius' con?eraion, 41

sq., 216.
at Antioch, 49 sq.



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Peter in prisoD in Jeraaalem, 51,

57, 217.
his vacillation at Autioch,

60, 224 sq.
at the oonndl in Jerasalem,

86.
at Lydda and Joppa, 41 sq.

216.
his view of unbelieTing Is-
rael, 229 sq.
his position in relation to

James, 279, 298, 299.

at Rome (Babylon), 297 sq.

his movements, 297 sq., 300.

why at Borne, 298, 305.

in relation to PanPs teach-
ing, 299 sq.

probably at Rome, 306.

a martyr, 306.

his title to exhort^ 307.

his relation to the early

traditions, 364 sq.
his relation to St. Mark,

366.
his date and death, 306, 366,

391
Peter,' EpigOes of, 251, 297, 306

sq., 344 sq.

their relation to Jude, 518 sq.

Peter, Second EpUtle of, its rela-

tion to the Didachi, 344.
Pharisaism, 219 sq., 239, 243.
Pharisees, XXX.. zzzi. sq., xxzviii.

sq., 21, 206, 222, 236.

among the converts, 85.

Philadelphia, 398, 400.
Philemon, 192.
PhaemoHf EpUOe to, 178, 190.
Philip (the £?ang.), 27u., 29, 34,

37, 157.

baptizes the Ennnch, 35, 36.

one of The Seven, 157.

Philippi, 97, 144, 153 sq., 192 sq.
PhUippiane, Epikle to the, 178,

194 198.
Philo'xiii.', 180n., 222, 382, 434.
Philosophy and vain deceit, 186n.
Phoebe, 483n.
Phoenicia, 47, 167.
Phygelns, 199n.



Physicians, 246n.
Pilate, Pontius, 27n., 33n.
Plato, and the Stoics, xxiii.
Plantins, oonqneror of Britain,

442n.
Pliny, Eld., xiii.
Pliny, Yr., xiii., 146, 469, 483.

his report, 469 sq.

Politarehe, 101, 102.

Polycarp, 194, 458n., 482n., 506.

Polytheism, 106.

Pompeiani, 301n.

Pomponia Ortecina, 442n.

Poppsea, 184.

PraBtarium, 197.

Preetorsy Roman officers, 99.

Preparations for the Gospel, xiv.

sq.
Presbyter, John, 366.
PrinctpB peregnnorum, 184.
Prochorns, 2^.
Prophesyings, 116n.
Prophets in DidaehS, 318, 328 sq.,

450,485.
Prosench^ at Philippi, 97.
Protosn or Head man, 175.
y^aXfidf, 13n.

PMms of Solomon, xxviii., 320.
Ptolemais, 157.
Pndens, 193.
Puteoli, 175.

Qyiet in the land, The, xxxvi. sq.,

205, 235.
the gronp that gave the

first Christians, xxxvi., xxxvii.,

xxxviii., xxxix., 19n.
Qnirinins and the census, 27n.

Rabban Simeon ben Gamaliel,
228d.

Rabbi, an object of ambition,
244.

Rabbinism, xxxvii.

Ramsay, Prof. W. M., ix., x.,
xiii.n., xiv., xv., 27n., 38n.,
42o., 45n., 53, 55, 56n., 58, 70,
72n., 79, 96n., 99n., lOln.,
104, llOn., 146n., 171, 173,
174,197o.,198, 410.



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Bamsay, his estimate of St. PanPs

letters, ix., z.
BevelatioD, [See Apocalypse] .
Beformatiou of the 16 lb century,

XV.

Resarrection, its teaching power,
xxxviii., 107, 164, 286.

jeered at in Athens, 107.

Resurrection of Christ, 1 sq.

as related by St. Paul, 4.

Rhodes, 157.

Rich and poor, 234 sq.

Robinson, canon, 478.

Roman citiasen, 163.

Roman Empire, preparatory to
the Gospel, xt. sq., 168 sq.

— its change of thought and
feeling, xx., 81, 390 sq.

its tme relation to the Gos-
pel, 168 sq., 411 aq., 446.

its relation to the Jewish

Church, 204,409.

as the world power and the

Beast, 300 sq., 409.

as it appealed to St. Luke,

411 sq.

cared most for the public

wel&re, 411, 413, 446.

Bomana, EpiMe to the, 152, 175,
303, 443, 444.

Rome, early Christian centre,



Paul's Yoyage to, 168.

Paul at, 175.

its cryptic name Babylon,

297,305.
had many rdigumea Ueitm,

412n.
its close connection with

Corinth, 443 sq.
not quite a competent judge

of Corinthian affiuirs, 446, 447.

Sabatier, 249.

Sacred meal of Thanksgiving, 322.

Sadducees,xxxiii., 19, 26, 30, 236,

241.
their position and teaching,

xxxiii. sq., 21, 25, 204, 209.
Salvation in fellowship, 460, 498.



Samaria, as a mission field, 34.

Samos, 156.

Samothrace, 97.

Sanhedrin, 30, 32, 163.

Sardes, 400.

Saul, [See Paul],

Sayings of the Fathers, jtk\.

Sayings of Ahikar, 252.

Scribes, xxxi.

Secrets of Enoch, 252n.

Semiehah,28.

Seneca, 184.

Septuagint Version, 382.

Sergius Paulus, 66 sq., 68ii«

SibyUine Oracles, xxii.n., 267,

338, 340, 341n., 468n.
Sicarii, 207.
Silas, 88, 92, 100, 101, 103, 109,

281, 300, 304.

in JaU at Philippi, 99.

Simeon, the righteous, xxxi.

Simon, son of Gioras, 269.

Simon Magus, 35, 66.

Sinop^, 300, 304.

Smyrna, 398, 400.

Solifidianism, 243.

Solomon, and magical lore, 196

sq., 127n.
Solomon's Porch, 18, 25.
Sosthenes, orMsynagogos, 117,

118, 137.
Spain, 152.
Sjpemiologos, 104n.
Spirit, Pentecostal gift of the, 11,

121.
renewed, 23, 34, 35, 44, 116,

121, 123, 462, 463, 477, 486.
was resisted by the Jew%

31.

in baptism, 68n., 123.

guided St. Paul, 95, 96, 154.

question as to His giftSt

116.
as viewed by St. lMk%

416 sq.
Stephanas, the household oC

108n., 140.

a Greek, 131, 137, 140.

Stephen, the martyr, 27 sq., 90

sq., 213, 227, 480.



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Stepheo, hiB trial and defence,

30 sq.

death, 33.

a HelleDist, 30, 33.

Stoics, 103, 107, 147d.

Strabo,304n.

SImngen, in Didach6, 332.

aifatafedaireh, 184.

Saetonioa, xiii., 109.

eova^B^vatj 48d.

Sjmeon, bishop in Jemaalem,

310, 290, 296, 490.
Sjmeon Niger, 64.
Synagogue, 72, 74, 75, 77, 101,

110, 258^ 455.
its inflaenoe upon the

ehnieh's sernoes, 456 sq.
Synoptic Gospels, xi., 436, 441,

525.
Syntyche, 196.
Synsygos, 196.
Syria, 69.
Syrian legions, 269.

Tacitas, the historian, xiii., 184n.,
301n., 412n.,

Targnm, xxxix.

Tanas, 104.

TeaMng of the Tkodve AposOeB,
[SeeBiDACH^].

Temple, its destmctiony 273.

as bnUt, 292.

Temple of God, its interpreta-
tion, 396n.

Temple-worship, 223.

it ceased, 272.

ripfia T^y dOtreto^, 201.

TertoUos, 166, 197, 383.

Taiaimefit ofSoloman, 127n., 186n.,
346n.

TedamenU, of the ISodve FiOri'
arehs, 230.

The brethren, 88.

The Church, 40.

The door of faith. 68.

The Elders, 51.

The Eleven, 28.

The EvangeUit, 29.

The Father of lighte, 234.



The Keys of the Kingdom of

heaven, 41.
The Kingdom of Qod, 34.
The Leader of Life, 25n.
The Foot Saints, 120.
The Quiet in the Land, xxxTii. sq.,

205,235.
The Besurrection, 104.
The Bighteous One, 32.
The Sewm, 28, 29, 51, 157.
The Son of Qod, 39.
The Son of Man, 32.
The SpirU of Jeous, 96.
The Tradition of the Elders, 219,

220.
The Twdve, 28.
The Way of Qod, 121, 219.
The Waig of Jesus, 209.
The Way of the Lord, 121.
The Ways of the Lord, the Birttight

ways, 67.
The Word of Qod, 28.
The Word of the Lord, 74.
The Word of Truth, 234.
The Words of this Life, 25n.
Tbeophilns, ''your Excellency,"

170, 410, 416.
a Christian conyert, 410, 411,

416.
a high Boman oiBcer, 411,

415.
perhaps one of Bomitian's

victims, 416.
TherapentSB, 186n.
Thessatonians, the Epistles to,

110 sq.
an earlier Epistle lost, 103n.»

115o.
Epistles compared with that

to Galatians. 116.
Thessalonica, 100, 102n.

riot at, 101.

Jews of, 102.

Thendas, 26, 232.

ThoTali,xxxi.,204;319;^0,258,268.

Threefold act in baptism, 818n.

Thucydides, ix.

Tbyatira, 400.

Tiberias Alexander, 270.

TigeUiniu, 184.



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Timon, 29.

Timothy, 73d., 76, 93, 100, 103,

109, 124, 130, 136d., 138, 142,

143, 149, 193 sq., 198,211, 281.

was dicamcifled, 94.

how set apart, 95.

at EphesuB, 179 sq.

at Rome, 192.

Timothy, Epi8tk» to, 178, 180, 198.
Titiofl JastoB, at Corinth, 110.
Titus, 69n., 100, 143, 144, 149,

160, 161, 162, 174, 183, 192,

193,393.
Titna Rom. Emp., 269, 270, 271

sq., 291, 293, 374, 413, 621.
TUus, Epikle to, 178.
Tobit, 262, 253d.
Tongaea, Pentecostal gift of, 11,

12.
Town^^erk at Ephesns, 148.
Tradition as embodied in the

Logia of Jesns and DidoM^

362 sq.
as affecting the Gospel nar*

xatiyea, 363 sq.
Tradition of the Elders, zzxi.,

xzzii.
Trajan, 274, 469.
Troas, 96, 97, 144, 149, 160, 163,

180, 193.
Trophimns, 129, 162, 162, 183.
Tmth (The), its apprehensioD,

426,426.
Trypho, 886.

Tame^ C. H., xiii.D., xi^.
2^ Wa^ the SyriaD, 250 sq.,

309 sq., 377.

the idea is widespread, 261.

as applied to different men,

360 sq.
its afflDities in the EpiaOe

qfJude, 260.



Tyehicns, 129, 152, 183, 192, 193.
T^raoDDS, rhetorician, 124, 147.
Tyre, 157.



VespasiaD, 166d., 264, 266, 269,
270, 274, 293, 296, 374, 392,
399, 405, 411, 413, 621.

Via EgnaUa, 100.

ViDdex, 266.

Vine of David, 320, 321.

Yiigi), perhaps knew of Jadalsm,
xxii.n.

his teaching, 267.

Vltellios. 268, 270.

Vows, 337.



Way of Life, 264 sq.

Way of Death, 267 sq.

Ws passages in The Acta, x.,

50d., 97, 153, 158, 509 sq.
Wessely, Spfieaia Orammata,

127n.
West, the, 202.
Widows, God's altar, 468n.
Wisdom-Uteratnre, 368 sq.
Wiodom of Solomon, xxii., 230.
Wisdom {^oipia)^ 332n.
Witchcraft, 126d., 127.
Word, The, a Jobannine oonoepti

434 sq.
World, its millennial dose, 377n.
Worship, The, xxxi.

Zahn, 194n.

Zealots, 206 sq., 266, 269, 27L

C^^off, 305.

Zenas, 183.

Zens, at Ly8t^^ 78.



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