THEOLOGY, or the Consideration of GOD:
and Attributes, as Eternity, Ubiquity, &c.
His Unity, Trinity, &c.
Persons, Hypostasis. &c.
Our Duty to him, discover'd by Inspiration,
Revelation, Prophecy, &c.
by the Mesiah, Evangelisis, Apostles, &c.
In the Bible, Pentateuch, Hagiographa, Psalter, Gospel, Apocalypse,
Canon, Deuterocanonical, Apocrypha, &c.
Style, Allegory, Type, Parable, Mystical, &c.
Septuagint, Vulgate, &c.
Paraphrase, Targum, &c.
Matter thereof; Declarations, of Incarnation, Passion,
Crucifixion, Miracle, &c.
Inunctions, as Worship, Prayer, Sacrifice, &c.
Sacraments, as Eucharist, Baptism, &c.
Promises, as Grace,
Decrees, as Predestination, Election, Reprobation, &c.
Breaches on our Part, Sin, Apostacy, Imputation, &c.
thereof, by Repentance, Confession, &c.
Rewards and Punishments
allotted thereto, Heaven, Hell, Resurrection, Immortality , &c.
Ministers, Angels, Devil, &c.
His Church, either Triumphant, as
Saints, Martyrs, Confessors, Fathers, Doctors, &c.
or Militant, &c.
Offices, Creed, Liturgy, Decalogue, Doxology, Trisagion,&c.
as Absolution, Anathema, Excommunication, &c.
Catechumen, Confirmation, Genuslexion, &c.
Its Priesthood, as Bishop,
Priest, Deacon, &c.
Patriarch, Archbishop, Primate, Dean, Canon,
Prebend, Archdeacon, Chantor, &c.
Their Ensigns, Mitre, Crozier,
Their Ordination, Con secration, Collation, Imposition, &c.
Benefices, Revenues, Tithes, &c.
Places set apart, as Church, Chapel,
Cathedral, Parochial, Cardinal, &c.
Choir, Nave, Altar,
Dhcese, Province, &c.
Assemblies, as Synod, Council,
Convocation, Consistory, Chapter, Presbytery, &c.
Feasts, Fasts Lent,
Easter, Epiphany, Pentecost, Annunciation, Purification,
Particular Systems or Prosessions thereof, viz.
Reformed or Protestant, as the Church of England, Lutheranism,
Romish or Latin ; its Mass, Breviary, Legend, &c.
Fransubstantiaticn, Extreme Unction, Supererogation, Penance, &c.
Hierarchy ; Pope, Cardinal, &c.
Secular, Regular, Monk, Religious, Abbot,
Order, Congregation, Monastery,General, &c.
Carmelite, Francisan, Dominican, &c.
Third Order, Cenobite,
Anchorite, Hermit, Recluse, Monastery, Cell, &c.
Rule, Vow, Reform,
Image, Relicks, Saint, Virgin, Rosary, &c.
Indulgence, Jubilee, Exorcism, &c.
Anthologue, Prothesis, Particles, &c.
Armenian, Cophti, Solitary, &c.----
Heresies ; as Manichees, Gnostics, Arians, &c.
Millenaries, Quartodecimans, &c.
Montanists, Socinians, Arminians, &c.
Presbyterians, Anabaptists, Independents, Quakers, &c.
Servetists, Pre-adamites, &c.
Deist, Atheist, Spinosism, &c.----
its Talmud, Tradition, &c.
Temple, Tabernacle, Sanctuary, Ark, &c.
Pontiff, Levite, Tribe, &c.
Ephod, Theraphim, Circumcision, Sabbath,
Rabbin, Doctor, Cabbala, Massora, &c.
Sadducee, Essean, Caraite, &c.
Nazarite, Therapeuta, &c.
Dosithean, Hellenist, &c.
Passover, Scenopegia, Gehenna, &c.----
Mahometan ; Their Alcoran, Musti, Dervice, Mosque, Mussulman, &c.----
Heathen ; Their Idolatry, Theogony, &c.
Their Gods ; Penates, Lares,
Panes, Sylvans, Nymphs, Tritons, &c.
Fortune, Destiny, Dæmon, Genius, &c.
Apotheosis, Sacrifice, &c.
as Eleufinia, Saturnalia, Cerealta. &c.
thereof ; Rex, Pontifex, Flamen, Vestal, Corybantes, &c.
Olympic, Isthmean, &c.
Divination, Oracle, Pythian, Sibyl, &c.
Augur, Auspex, &c.
Temple, Fane, Pagod, &c.
Sects ; as Banians,
Bramans, Sabæans, &c.