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the Logos 145. His oneness with the Father 147. Texts represent. United States, Recent Literary Ining the Son as inferior to the Fa- telligence of 514. ther 150. When Christ calls him. self Son of God, does he claim equality with God ? 153. Other titles of Christ 154.
Winer's Grammar of the Greek lanSon of God explained 156. Used guage, by Profs. Agnew and Ebin a sense in which there is no beke, noticed 238. other Son of God 161. Other pas- Woods, Rev. Leonard, D.D., on sages explained 162. Note by the Cause and Effect, Fatalism and Editor 166. Interpretation of Free Agency 174.
Rom. 1: 3, 4. 168.
Xenophon's Memorabilia of Socrates, T.
with Notes by Prof. Packard, noTurnbull, Rev. Robert,
ticed 234. Theatre, noticed 256.