The Harmony of the Gospels.
Abraham, promise to, and fulfilment, [207]93, etc.

Adoption, nature of, [208]104.

Andrew, and another, the first followers of our Lord, [209]121.

Annunciation, the, [210]107, [211]109.

Apostles, the, choosing of, [212]125; mission of, [213]136.

Archelaus, son of King Herod, explanation of statement regarding, [214]114, etc.

Ass, the, on which Christ rode, [215]159.

Barabbas preferred to Christ, [216]193.

Bethany, anointment of Christ in, [217]171, etc.

Cæsar, of rendering tribute to, [218]166.

Canaan, woman of, [219]152.

Centurion, a, gives testimony to Christ at His death, [220]206.

Child, children, little, an example of humility, [221]156; Christ lays hands on, [222]157; sing hosanna in the temple, [223]161.

Christ, kingship and priesthood of, [224]78; His divinity, [225]79; why He wrote nothing Himself, [226]81; the Catholic Church testifies to His wisdom, [227]82; books on magic ascribed to, [228]83; magic arts ascribed to, [229]84; derivation of the name, [230]85; idols subverted by His name, [231]93; fulfilment of prophecies concerning, [232]96; Mediator between God and men, [233]100; His genealogy, [234]102, etc.; birth of, [235]102, [236]111; visits Jerusalem when twelve years old, [237]112; baptism of, [238]119; temptation of, [239]120; calls His first disciples, [240]121; leaves Nazareth and dwells at Capernaum, [241]121; sets apart the twelve, [242]125; His reply to the scribe who offered to follow Him, [243]128; calls Matthew, [244]131; His reply to questions about fasting, [245]133; sends forth the twelve, [246]136; upbraids the cities which repented not, [247]139; comes to His own country, [248]144; goes up unto a mountain to pray, [249]150; announces His passion, [250]154, [251]155, [252]169; pays tribute, [253]155; uttered the same saying repeatedly and in different places, [254]156; lays His hands on little children, [255]157; enters Jerusalem on an ass, [256]159; expels the buyers and sellers from the temple, [257]160; David's son and David's Lord, [258]167; foretells the destruction of the temple, [259]169; His discourse on the Mount of Olives, [260]169; anointment of, in Bethany, [261]171; His last passover, [262]175; indicates the traitor, [263]176, [264]178; His last supper, [265]177, etc.; discourse of, to the eleven, [266]178, etc.; in Gethsemane, [267]182; His arrest, [268]184; led away to Caiaphas, [269]186; accused of blasphemy, spit upon, and buffeted, [270]186; denied by Peter, [271]187, etc.; delivered to Pilate, [272]190; questioned by Pilate, [273]193; accused by the chief priests, [274]194; sent to Herod, who mocks Him, [275]194; crowned with thorns, [276]196; led away to be crucified, [277]197; crucified, [278]198; insults to, on the cross, [279]204; last words of, on the cross, and death of, [280]205; miracles at His death, [281]206; women looked on at His crucifixion, [282]207; body of, given to Joseph, [283]208; His burial, [284]208; resurrection of, announced by an angel to the women at the sepulchre, [285]209, etc.; appearance of, to Mary Magdalene, [286]213, etc.; manifests Himself to His disciples, [287]215, etc.; eats after His resurrection, [288]218, [289]224; ascension of, [290]220, [291]224; appearances of, in Galilee, [292]221, etc.; ten appearances of, [293]223.

Christ, miracles of, at Cana, [294]121, [295]122; cure of multitudes, [296]121; healing the leper, [297]124, the centurion's servant, [298]126, Peter's wife's mother, [299]127; calming of the waters, [300]129; casting out the legion of devils, [301]130; healing the sick of the palsy, [302]130; raising of Jairus' daughter, [303]134; curing two blind men, [304]136, [305]158; restoring the withered hand, [306]140; the five loaves, [307]147; walking on the sea, [308]150; curing the woman of Canaan's daughter, [309]152; the seven loaves, [310]152; curing the lunatic, [311]155; making the fig-tree wither, [312]161, etc.; casting out an unclean spirit, [313]226; healing the infirm man at the pool of Siloam, [314]232.

Church, the Catholic, testifies to the wisdom of Christ, [315]82.

Cicero, speaks of the heathen gods as deified men, [316]90; his opinion of Roscius the actor, [317]99.

Commandment, the great, [318]166.

Crucifixion of Christ, [319]198.

Devils are cast out when nations renounce their superstitions and believe on Christ, [320]168.

Disciples, calling of the first, [321]121, etc.; the designation not confined to the twelve, [322]123.

Divorce treated of, [323]156, etc.

Elders, tradition of the, [324]151.

Emmaus, the walk to, [325]215.

Euhemerus declares the heathen gods to be only deified men, [326]90.

Evangelists, their number, order, and the principles on which they wrote, [327]78; apocalyptic symbols of the, [328]80; variety yet harmony of the, [329]117, etc.

Fasting, Christ's reply to questions about, [330]133.

Forty, the, mentioned by Matthew, import of, [331]105.

Genealogy of Christ, [332]102-107.

Gods. See [333]Pagans.

Gospels, authority of the, [334]77; Mark, Luke, and John compared with Matthew, [335]102-225; passages peculiar to Mark, Luke, or John, [336]226-236.

Hebrews. See [337]Jews.

Herod (the king), slaughter of the young children by, [338]112.

Herod (the tetrarch), son of Herod the king, [339]114; his opinion of Christ, [340]145; compared to a fox, [341]168; mocks Christ, [342]194.

Idolaters argued with, [343]94, etc.

Idols, subverted by the name of Christ, [344]93; predicted rejection of, [345]94.

Israel a witness for the true God, [346]94.

Jairus, raising of his daughter, [347]134.

Jesus. See [348]Christ.

Jews, had only one God, the true God, [349]84; why subjected to the Romans, [350]85; still reject idolatry, [351]86.

Jews, God of the, not worshipped by the Romans, [352]84; allowed the Jews to be conquered, but proved Himself to be unconquered, [353]85; proof that He is the true God, [354]87, etc.; exclusive worship due to the, [355]88; heathen opinions regarding, [356]89, [357]95; witnessed to by Israel, [358]94.

John (the apostle), specially sets forth Christ's divinity, [359]79; his contemplative character, [360]80; passages peculiar to his Gospel, [361]231-236.

John (the Baptist), his birth, [362]110.; his preaching, [363]112, [364]116; testimony of, [365]117; his knowledge of Christ, [366]120; his disciples and Christ, [367]132, [368]139; his imprisonment and death, [369]146.

Joseph, why Christ's genealogy traced down to him and not to Mary, [370]102.

Joseph of Arimathæa begs the body of Jesus, [371]208.

Judas, was a thief, [372]174; covenants to betray Christ, [373]175; entry of Satan into, [374]178; his kiss, [375]184; his repentance, despair, and death, [376]191.

Jupiter, thought by Varro to be the God of the Jews, [377]89; legends regarding, [378]89, etc.

Leon, an Egyptian priest, expounded the origin of the gods, [379]90.

Living creatures of the Apocalypse as symbols of the evangelists, [380]80.

Lucan speaks of the God of the Jews as an uncertain God, [381]96.

Luke, specially sets forth Christ's priesthood, [382]78; passages peculiar to his Gospel, [383]230, [384]231.

Magic, books on, ascribed to Christ [385]83; arts of, ascribed to Christ, [386]84.

Mark, follows Matthew closely, [387]78; passages peculiar to his Gospel, [388]226-230.

Mary, the Virgin, song of, [389]110.

Mary of Bethany anointed Christ, [390]173.

Mary Magdalene, appearance of Christ to, [391]213.

Matthew, wrote in Hebrew, [392]78; sets forth specially the kingly character of Christ, [393]79, [394]105; calling of, [395]131.

Mediator, mystery of a, made known to the ancients, [396]100.

Miracles accompanied Christ's death, [397]206. See [398]Christ.

Nazareth, question regarding Christ's early residence in, [399]108.

Nicodemus brings spices to anoint the body of Jesus, [400]208.

Numbers (symbolic), [401]105, [402]106, [403]216.

Pagans, the, their opinion of Christ, [404]82; derided their own deities, [405]83; while lauding Christ, insulted His disciples, [406]86; their fables about Jupiter and Saturn, [407]89; their gods only deified men, [408]90; dilemma for, [409]92.

Parables, of the sower, etc., [410]143; of the labourers in the vineyard, [411]158, etc.; of the marriage feast, [412]165.

Passion, the, strictly so called, [413]196; hour of, [414]198, etc.

Passover, our Lord's last, [415]175.

Peter, his denial of Christ foretold, [416]178; cuts off Malchus' right ear, [417]184; denies Christ, [418]187; his repentance, [419]189; his love to Christ, who commits His sheep to him, [420]235.

Pharisees, the, object to Christ's eating with publicans and sinners, [421]132; seek a sign, [422]142; leaven of the, [423]153; sit in Moses' seat, [424]167.

Pilate (Pontius), governor of the Jews, [425]113; Christ brought before, [426]190; questions Christ, [427]193; message from his wife, [428]200; seeks to release Christ, [429]200; gives Him up to be crucified, [430]201; gives His body to Joseph, [431]208.

Plato quoted, [432]100.

Potter's field, buying of the, [433]191; the words of the prophecy regarding, are as much Zechariah's as Jeremiah's, [434]191.

Prophecy, against idols, [435]93; fulfilment of, [436]94; made known to the ancients the mystery of a Mediator, [437]100.

Prophecy (heathen), defect of, [438]98.

Pythagoras left no writings, [439]82.

Robbers, the, crucified along with Christ, [440]204, etc.

Romans (the heathen), worshipped the gods of all conquered nations, except the Jews, [441]84; their reasons for this exception, [442]87, etc.

Romulus, fratricide of, [443]84.

Saturn, asserted by some to be the God of the Jews, [444]84; interpretation of the name, [445]91.

Scripture, deals with round numbers, omitting fractions, [446]198; often expresses the whole under the part, [447]211.

Septuagint, the, its authority, [448]160.

Sermon on the Mount, questions regarding its delivery, [449]124.

Simon the Pharisee, supper in his house, [450]173.

Simon the Cyrenian compelled to bear Christ's cross, [451]197.

Socrates versified Æsop, but left no original writings, [452]82.

Sonship, various orders of, [453]104.

Staff, the, on the journey, [454]137.

Supper, the Lords last, [455]177.

Temple, the, buyers and sellers expelled from, [456]160; destruction of, foretold, [457]169; rending of the veil of, [458]206.

Temptation of Christ, [459]120.

Ten, the number symbolic of justice, [460]107.

Thorns, the crown of, [461]196.

Tradition of the elders, [462]151.

Transfiguration of Christ, [463]154.

Tribute, paying of, [464]155; to Cæsar, [465]166.

Varro thought the God of the Jews was Jupiter, [466]89.

Vinegar, the draught of, given to Christ on the cross, [467]205.

Virgil cited, [468]89, [469]90, [470]91.

Wise men, visit of the, [471]109, [472]111.

Word, the, assumed the flesh, was not changed into the flesh, [473]79.

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