BOOK III



Index

ARGUMENT.

CHAPTER I. SUMMARY OF THE FOREGOING BOOKS, AND SCOPE OF THAT WHICH FOLLOWS.

CHAPTER 2. RULE FOR REMOVING AMBIGUITY BY ATTENDING TO PUNCTUATION.

CHAPTER 3. HOW PRONUNCIATION SERVES TO REMOVE AMBIGUITY DIFFERENT KINDS OF INTERROGATION.

CHAPTER 4. HOW AMBIGUITIES MAY BE SOLVED.

CHAPTER 5. IT IS A WRETCHED SLAVERY WHICH TAKES THE FIGURATIVE EXPRESSIONS OF SCRIPTURE IN A LITERAL SENSE.

CHAPTER 6. UTILITY OF THE BONDAGE OF THE JEWS.

CHAPTER 7. THE USELESS BONDAGE OF THE GENTILES.

CHAPTER 8. THE JEWS LIBERATED FROM THEIR BONDAGE IN ONE WAY, THE GENTILES IN ANOTHER.

CHAPTER 9. WHO IS IN BONDAGE TO SIGNS, AND WHO NOT.

CHAPTER 10. HOW WE ARE TO DISCERN WHETHER A PHRASE IS FIGURATIVE.

CHAPTER 11. RULE FOR INTERPRETING PHRASES WHICH SEEM TO ASCRIBE SEVERITY TO GOD AND THE SAINTS.

CHAPTER 12. RULE FOR INTERPRETING THOSE SAYINGS AND ACTIONS WHICH ARE ASCRIBED TO GOD AND THE SAINTS, AND WHICH YET SEEM TO THE UNSKILLFUL TO BE WICKED.

CHAPTER 13. SAME SUBJECT, CONTINUED.

CHAPTER 14. ERROR OF THOSE WHO THINK THAT THERE IS NO ABSOLUTE RIGHT AND WRONG.

CHAPTER 15. RULE FOR INTERPRETING FIGURATIVE EXPRESSIONS.

CHAPTER 16. RULE FOR INTERPRETING COMMANDS AND PROHIBITIONS.

CHAPTER 17. SOME COMMANDS ARE GIVEN TO ALL IN COMMON, OTHERS TO PARTICULAR CLASSES.

CHAPTER 18. WE MUST TAKE INTO CONSIDERATION THE TIME AT WHICH ANYTHING WAS ENJOYED OR ALLOWED.

CHAPTER 19. WICKED MEN JUDGE OTHERS BY THEMSELVES.

CHAPTER 20. CONSISTENCY OF GOOD MEN IN ALL OUTWARD CIRCUMSTANCES.

CHAPTER 21. DAVID NOT LUSTFUL, THOUGH HE FELL INTO ADULTERY.

CHAPTER 22. RULE REGARDING PASSAGES OF SCRIPTURE IN WHICH APPROVAL IS EXPRESSED OF ACTIONS WHICH ARE NOW CONDEMNED BY GOOD MEN.

CHAPTER 23. RULE REGARDING THE NARRATIVE OF SINS OF GREAT MEN.

CHAPTER 24. THE CHARACTER OF THE EXPRESSIONS USED IS ABOVE ALL TO HAVE WEIGHT.

CHAPTER 25. THE SAME WORD DOES NOT ALWAYS SIGNIFY THE SAME THING.

CHAPTER 26. OBSCURE PASSAGES ARE TO BE INTERPRETED BY THOSE WHICH ARE CLEARER.

CHAPTER 27. ONE PASSAGE SUSCEPTIBLE OF VARIOUS INTERPRETATIONS.

CHAPTER 28. IT IS SAFER TO EXPLAIN A DOUBTFUL PASSAGE BY OTHER PASSAGES OF SCRIPTURE THAN BY REASON.

CHAPTER 29. THE KNOWLEDGE OF TROPES IS NECESSARY.

CHAPTER 30. THE RULES OF TICHONIUS THE DONATIST EXAMINED.

CHAPTER 31. THE FIRST RULE OF TICHONIUS.

CHAPTER 32 -THE SECOND RULE OF TICHONIUS.

CHAPTER 33. THE THIRD RULE OF TICHONIUS.

CHAPTER 34. THE FOURTH RULE OF TICHONIUS.

CHAPTER 35. THE FIFTH RULE OF TICHONIUS.

CHAPTER 36. THE SIXTH RULE OF TICHONIUS.

CHAPTER 37. THE SEVENTH RULE OF TICHONIUS.