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Victor Tununensis, his story, that the gospels were corrected in
the time of Anastasius, considered, v. 124-5
Victorinus (C. M.) his history, particularly his conversion from
heathenism to christianity, the character of his writings, and
his testimony to the scriptures, iv. 254-257
Vincentius Lirinensis, his character of Tertullian and Origen,
ii. 270. his works, and time, and testimony to the scriptures,
with remarks, v. 41–51. and see the contents of his chap-
Virtue, recommended under the similitude of white raiment, a
sermon, viii. 450
Vitellius, president of Syria, displaceth Pilate and Caiaphas, i.
91-2, 149-50, 389. his expedition to the Euphrates, 98, 389-
90. at the request of the Jews forbids his forces to pass through
Judea, 99, 100, 187, 390. puts the keeping of the high priest's
vestment into the hands of the Jews, and does divers other
things at Jerusalem, 389-90, see likewise, 92, 99, 190
Vitellius, a Donatist writer, with a remark to the advantage of
their authors, iii. 564
Vitringa (C.) quoted, vi. 312, 326-7. viii. 345. his judgment
concerning the passage in Josephus relating to Jesus Christ,
Vives Ludovicus, his character of Jerom, iv. 418
Ulphilas, Bp. of the Goths, his eminence and usefulness to that
people, iii. 602
Ulpian (D.) his time, vii. 334 his character, 335. his descrip-
tion of the power of the presidents, and the power of the sword,
i. 77, 78. in his book of the Duty of a Proconsul he made a
collection of Imperial edicts against the christians, iii. 502.
vii. 335. fragments of his work, in the Pandects, 336
Unitarians, Archelaus said to speak like one, iii. 257. Unitarian
christians called Jews, ii. 677. The Unitarian doctrine of one
God the Father, according to the New Testament, ix. 592—
Unity of God asserted, *. 117, 169—174. how held by the
Jews, 171, 173. acknowledged by all the ancient Heretics, viii.
320—322. but they are charged with believing that the world
was not made by him, 321
Volusian's correspondence with Augustine A. D. 412; vol. viii.
Vopiscus (Fl.) one of the Augustan writers, his character, and
his account of a Letter of Aurelian to the senate, in which the
christians are mentioned, vii. 385—387
Vossius (J.) his opinion concerning Hagiographal books, iv.
Vow of the Nazarite, i. 219-223
Upton's (J.) edition of Epictetus, quoted, vii, 87, 88. notes
Urbanus, Roman president in Palestine, his cruel treatment of
the christians in Dioclesian's persecution, iii. 220
Usher's (Jam.) judgment upon the book called the Doctrine of
the Apostles, iv. 129-30. his character of the Compiler of the
Constitutions, 225. an observation of his upon them, 232
Wagenseil (J. C.) his accounts of the time of the Mishna, and
of Jehudah, the composer of it, vi, 506, 514. his remarks upon
. a passage in the Talmud, 522. upon the Toldoth Jeschu, 559,
Wake ( Abp.) his opinion of the Responsiones ascribed to Po-
lycarp, ii. 99. his translation of a passage in Ignatius's epis-
tles corrected, 85, note
Wall (Dr. W.) his opinion of Clement of Rome, ii. 529. his in-
terpretation of Phil. ii. 6, 572. quoted, vi. 46, 190, 200-1,
256. x. 104, 137, 145. and elsewhere ; his observations upon
John viii. at the beginning, vii. 261
War condemned by Archelaus, iii. 257. and some think by the
War with the Romans (Jewish) its time and duration, vi. 407.
events preceding it, and the siege of Jerusalem, 409-416. the
occasion of it, according to Josephus, 417–425. the history of
it and the siege of Jerusalem from Josephus, 425–470. from
other histories of it, besides that of Josephus, 475–479
Warburton (Dr.) Bp. of Gloucester, quoted, iii. 462, 524. vi.
496. vii. 201, 610-11, 619
Ward (Dr. John) commended, i. 293, note m. his observation
concerning the Egyptian impostor, 436-7. a critical observa-
tion of his, iv. 13, noter, his advice to the author concerning
Libanius's oration for the temples, viii. 21. his remarks upon
that oration, 25, note o, 34, note'. REMARKS upon Dr.
WARD'S DISSERTATIONS upon several passages of the sacred
scriptures, X. 265-350
Waterland (Dr.) his opinion of the Constitutions, iv. 200
Wesselingius (P.) quoted, v. 125
West (Gilbert, Esq.) vii. 270, note a
Weston's Inquiry into the rejection of the christian miracles, by
the heathens, referred to, i. 477
Wetstein (J. J.) quoted, ii. 442, 447, 455, 553. iii. 29, 32, 229,
iv. 491. v.
55, 59, 61, 121, 304, 309, 340-1, 359, 450, 464.
vi. 87, 106, 113, 123, 267, 325. an inaccurate quotation of
Isidore of Pelusium, in his Greek Testament, vii. 322
A DISSERTATION upon the two EPISTLES ascribed to Cle-
MENT of Rome, lately published by Mr. Wetstein, X. 186–
Wetstein (J. Rodolph) quoted, ii. 460
Wharton (H.) his opinion concerning the author of the Testa-
ments of the twelve patriarchs, ii. 347. quoted again, 362
Whiston ( W.) bis supposition that the Jews were enrolled at the
request of Augustus, i. 279. his solution of a difficulty con-
cerning the assessment of Cyrenius, 314-15. his opinion con-
cerning the time of Pilate's removal, 393. concerning the time
of Herod's death, considered, 443. he defends the larger epis-
tles of Ignatius, ii. 76. his opinion of the Sibylline oracles,
345. of the Testaments of the twelve patriarchs, 346-7, 350. of
the author of the Recognitions, 366-7. of the work itself, 369.
a mistake of his, ib. his opinion of the Constitutions, iv. 202.
his canon of the New Testament, v. 266. computes St. John
to have written his gospel, before the destruction of Jerusa-
lem, about the year 63, 444, 450. quoted, „vi. 399, 444,
493, 504. x. 74, 253
Whitby (Dr.) his interpretation of Luke ii. 1, 2. i. 273, 317-18.
quoted, vi. 114, 130. his observations upon the testimony of
Josephus and the Talmuds to the destruction of Jerusalem,
474. x. 97, note, 110, 128, 149, 158, 185
Willes (Dr.) his remarks upon the prodigies preceding the de-
struction of Jerusalem as related by Josephus, vi. 453
Wisdom, quoted as Solomon's by Methodius, iii. 189. not reckoned
a canonical book by Jerom, iv. 420-422, nor by Rufinus, 484.
nor by Chrysostom, 537. see likewise v, 127, 147
Wisdom attainable by those who seek it, a sermon, ix. 163
Witsius ( H.) commended, vi. 47, 62. X. 146. his observations
upon Ulpian and the Pandects, vii. 334-5, 337
Wolfius (J. C.) quoted and commended, ii. 529, 713, 717. iii.
31, 295. 343, 420, 447. iv. 280, 302, 328, 428. x. 157
Woman ( l'he) who anointed Jesus with precious ointment, a ser-
mon, ix. 425
Woolston ; A VINDICATION of three of our blessed SAVIOUR'S
MIRACLES, viz. The raising of Jairus's daughter, the widow
of Nain's son, and Lazarus ; in answer to the objections of
Woolston, x 1–72. objection the first, 8. second, 26. third,
28. fourth, 33. fifth, 36. sixth, 38. particular objections to the
story of Lazarus, 44–50. his Jewish rabbi's letter answered,
50—57. observations on the relation of the three miracles, 58
-72. Letter to Lord Barrington concerning the raising of Jai-
rus's daughter, i. lxx-lxxiii
WORD, or Logos, its several acceptations, ii. 596, 662-3. how
used by St. John at the beginning of his gospel, v. 454–456.
viii. 606. A LETTER concerning the question, whether the
Logos supplied the place of a human soul in the person of
Jesus CHRIST, x. 73, &c.
Good works recommended, iv. 533, 575. v. 9, 37, 153
Worship, that of the Manichees: its simplicity, iii. 384-5. they
read and explained the scriptures in their assemblies, 385-6.
they had baptism, and the eucharist, 386-7. observed the
Lord's-day, Easter, and the anniversary of Mani's death, 387-8.
their discipline, 388. they met together for divine worship,
though prohibited by the laws, 301
Wotton (Dr.) his observations upon the testimony of Josephus
to the destruction of Jerusalem, vi. 473. upon the two Tal-
muds, 507, note
Writings of three sorts, genuine, mixed, and spurious, ii. 538,
552. And see iv. 101-108
Xiphilinus (J.) his account of Marcus Antoninus's deliverance
in Germany, vii, 187–189. his Epitome of Dion Cassius,
Xistus, Bp. of Rome, a martyr in the time of Valerian, vii. 369
Zacagni (L. A.) quoted, v. 60. and elsewhere
Zacharias, son of Baruch, put to death at Jerusalem, i. 84, 418-
19. a difficulty concerning Zacharias son of Barachias con-
Zaccheus called a dwarf, ii. 453
Zcal, private zeal, or zealotism, its nature and rules, i. 63, 223
Zealots, how they killed Zacharias son of Baruch, i. 418-19
Zenas, said to be a Jewish lawyer, and a christian, iv. 385. by
Jerom he is called a doctor of the law, and an apostolical man.
Zenam vero, legis doctorem, de alio scripturæ loco quis fuerit,
non possumus dicere, nisi boc tantum, quod et ipse apostolicus
vir, id operis, quod Apollo exercebat, habuerit, Christi eccle-
sias extruendi. In Tit. T. 4. p. 439
Zenobia, queen of the Palmyrenes, favoured Paul of Samosata,
ii. 671. her character, 673. some remarkable events of her his-
tory, vii. 378
Zosimus, bis time and work, viii. 93—95. extracts from it, 95—
126. general remarks upon those extracts, 127. Dr. Bentley's
remarks upon his work, 126. his false account of Constantine's
conversion, iv, 25, 26. viii. 98, 99
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