GALATIANS, P. I.
Fjay V. On the covenant with Abraham, in which it was
promised, sect. 1. That God would greatly bless him.—22
That he would make him the father of many nations.-3.
That he would give to him and to his feed, the land of Ca-
paan for an everlasting poffeffion.-4. That he would be to
him and to them, a God in their generations.--5. That in
him, all the families of the earth fhonld be blefied.-6. That
in his seed, all the nations of the earth should be blessed.
Eduy VI. On justification. Seet 1. Of justification, as ex-
plained by Paul. -- 2. Of justification, as explained by James.
3. Of the justification of the heathen.-4. Shewing that
faith is with propriety made the condition of justification.-
5. Of the time when believers are justified.
Preface to Galatians. Sect. 1. Of the time when, and of the
person by whom the Galatians were converted.--2. Of the
time when this epistle was written.-3. Of the occasion of
writing it.-4. Shewing that the decree of the council of
Jerusalem, respected the converted proselytes only,
EPHESIANS, p. 212.
Preface.--Sect. 1. Of the introduction of the Christian reli.
gion into Ephesus.--2. That this epistle was directed not to
the Laodiceans, but to the Ephesians.-3. Of the occasion
of writing it.-4. Of the persons for whom it was designed,