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Author: Jenison, Robert, 1584?-1652.
Title: The height of Israels heathenish idolatrie, in sacrificing their children to the Deuill diuided into three sections: where is shewed in the first, the growth and degrees of this, and generally of other sinnes and idolatries. In the second, that the Deuill was the god of the heathen; with the meanes by which he obtayned that honour. With a large application to our times, against popery, shewing the pride thereof, and malice both against soule and body; together with the meanes, sleights, and policies by which it seduceth, killeth, and in the person of the Pope, raiseth it selfe to its present height. In the third, the blinde zeale of idolaters. Deliuered generally in two sermons preached at S. Maries in Cambridge: the first whereof is much inlarged: by Robert Ienison Bachelor of Diuinitie, and late Fellow of S. Johns Colledge in Cambridge.
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2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The height of Israels heathenish idolatrie, in sacrificing their children to the Deuill diuided into three sections: where is shewed in the first, the growth and degrees of this, and generally of other sinnes and idolatries. In the second, that the Deuill was the god of the heathen; with the meanes by which he obtayned that honour. With a large application to our times, against popery, shewing the pride thereof, and malice both against soule and body; together with the meanes, sleights, and policies by which it seduceth, killeth, and in the person of the Pope, raiseth it selfe to its present height. In the third, the blinde zeale of idolaters. Deliuered generally in two sermons preached at S. Maries in Cambridge: the first whereof is much inlarged: by Robert Ienison Bachelor of Diuinitie, and late Fellow of S. Johns Colledge in Cambridge.
Jenison, Robert, 1584?-1652.

London: Printed [by G. Eld] for Robert Mylbourne, and are to be sold at his shop, at the great south-doore of Paules, 1621.
Alternate titles: Height of Israels heathenish idolatrie, in sacrificing their children to the Devill Section III. Idolaters blinde zeale, in sacrificing their children to the Devill. Height of Israels heathenish idolatrie, in sacrificing their children to the Devill.
Notes:
"Section III. Idolaters blinde zeale, in sacrificing their children to the Deuill" has separate pagination and dated title page with "printed by G. Eld" in imprint; register is continuous.
Reproduction of the original in the Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery.
Subject terms:
Catholic Church -- Controversial literature.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A04378.0001.001

Contents
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TO THE RIGHT WORSHIPFVLL Mr. HENRY CHAPMAN Maior, Sir George Selby, Sir Henry Anderson, Sir Thomas Riddel, Sir Peter Riddel, Knights and Aldermen, and to the rest of the Aldermen; as also the Worshipfull Master Nicolas Tempest Sheriffe, and the other late Sheriffes, and to the whole common Councell of the Towne and County of Newcastle vpon Tine; R.I. dedicateth the two former Sections of this present Treatise, wish∣ing you in Christ all the blessings of this life and a better.
THE HEIGHT of ISRAELS Heathenish Jdolatrie.
CHAP. I. Containing the degrees of ISRAELS Idolatrie.
CHAP. II. Containing an Application of the former Chapter.
CHAP. III. Containing further Application, concerning the spreading and growth of sinne.
THE HEIGHT of ISRAELS Heathenish Jdolatrie.
CHAP. I. Wherein is proued that the gods of the Heathen were Deuils.
CHAP. II. How the Deuill became the god of the Heathen.
CHAP. III. A digression (neither vnnecessary nor impertinent) concerning the knowledge of Deuils, and the meanes thereof, whereby they become furnished with matter of prediction.
CHAP. IIII. Of the diuers wayes and meanes whereby Satan imitated the true God in his predictions, and miracles.
CHAP. V. Diuers vses and inferences from the former Considerations.
CHAP. VI. The last of the former maine doctrine, whereby is manifested Malice, Pride, and Sleghts of Satan in himselfe and and first his Malice.
CHAP. VII. Satans Pride against God in his owne person, and in his instru∣ments.
CHAP. VIII. Satans Sleights and Suttleties in himselfe and by his instru∣ments, and that first for the seducing of the soules of men, by blinding and deluding the vnderstanding.
CHAP. IX. Deuillish and Popish Policies for the corrupting of the will, af∣fections and outward senses.
CHAP. X. Satans policies in himselfe and by his Instruments the Popish sort, for the killing the bodies of the Saints.
CHAP. XI. Satans suttle deuices and policies in himselfe and by his Instru∣ments for the reestablishing of his kingdome in the Christian world, and for the aduancement of the Papacie to that height of temporall dignitie in which now it stands.
CHAP. XII. Popish imitation of Satan in Miracles and Ʋisions, for the fur∣thering and effecting the forenamed three ends.
CHAP. XIII. The Conclusion of the former Discourse and Ʋse concerning Sa∣tans Sleights.
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TO THE RIGHT WORSHIPFVLL AND Reuerend Mr. Doctor Ward, Arch∣deacon of Taunton, and Vice-chance∣lor of the Vniuersity of Cambridge, and Master of Sidney-Sussex Colledge: R.I. wisheth all attainable hap∣pinesse in this life, and hereafter.
IDOLATERS BLINDE ZEALE.
CHAP. I.
CHAP. II.
CHAP. III.
CHAP. IIII.