|Author:||Harward, Simon, fl. 1572-1614.|
|Title:||A discourse concerning the soule and spirit of man. Wherein is described the essence and dignity thereof, the gifts and graces wherewith God hath endued it, and the estate thereof, aswell present as future. And thereunto is annexed in the end a bipartite instruction, or exhortation, concerning the duties of our thankfulnesse towards God. Written by Simon Harvvard.|
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A discourse concerning the soule and spirit of man. Wherein is described the essence and dignity thereof, the gifts and graces wherewith God hath endued it, and the estate thereof, aswell present as future. And thereunto is annexed in the end a bipartite instruction, or exhortation, concerning the duties of our thankfulnesse towards God. Written by Simon Harvvard.
Harward, Simon, fl. 1572-1614.
Londom [sic]: Imprinted by Iohn Windet, 1604.
|Alternate titles:||Two sermons of the duties of our thankfulnes towardes God.|
In two parts; part 2 has separate dated title page, reading: Two sermons of the duties of our thankfulnes towardes God.
Reproduction of the original in the Folger Shakespeare Library.
Soul -- Early works to 1800.
Man (Theology) -- Early works to 1800.
ILLVSTRISSIMO omnique virtute ornatissimo Do∣mino Georgio Moore, Equiti aura∣to bonarum literarum Mecanati benignissimo, prospera omnia & foelicia precatur.
The Contents of the BOOKE.
A DISCOVRSE concerning the Soule and Spirit of MAN.
CHAP. I. How many wayes the words Soule and Spirit are synonima, and the one promiscuè taken for the other.
CHAP. II. What is the soule or anima, and how the soule in man doth differ from anima in o∣ther creatures.
CHAP. III. Whether anima vegetatiua, sensitiua, et rati∣onalis, the vegetatiue, sensitiue, and ratio∣nall soules bee three seuerall formes of soules, or but diuers faculties of one soule.
CHAP. IIII. Whether anima the soule bee a medium, a meane or middle thing betwixt the spirit and the bodie.
CHAP. V. In what place of the body the Soule doth possesse his seat.
CHAP. VI. Whether the soul do come ex traduce by gene∣ration and conception from the parents, as doth the bodie.
CHAP. VII. Of the immortality of the Soule.
CHAP. VIII. How in the soule the image of God shal be re∣newed.
CHAP. IX. What wee may conceiue of the soule by the conscience of man, and how the conscience is a heauen or hell to the soule in this life.
CHAP. X. Of the estate and condition of the Soule after this life, against the Catabaptists.
CHAP. XI. Of the future aestate of the soule against the Romanistes.
CHAP. XII. The Conclusion concerning the twofold estate of soules once loosed from their bodies.
TO THE RIGHT worshipfull, Sir Edmond Bowyer Knight, one of the King his Maiesties Iustices of Peace, in the County of Surrey, and to the vertuous Lady, the Lady Ka∣therine Bowyer, his louing wife many ioyfull and happy yeares.
THE FIRST SER∣MON of Thanks∣giuing.
THE SECOND SER∣mon of Thanks∣giuing.
VVhy in right there should be no refusing to come now to our Church.