|Author:||Keckermann, Bartholomèaus, ca. 1571-1608 or 9.|
|Title:||Heavenly knowledg directing a Christian to ye assurance of his salvation in this life / written in Latin by Barthol. Keckerm. ; done into English by T.V.|
|Publication Info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Heavenly knowledg directing a Christian to ye assurance of his salvation in this life / written in Latin by Barthol. Keckerm. ; done into English by T.V.
Keckermann, Bartholomèaus, ca. 1571-1608 or 9., Vicars, Thomas.
London printed: For Thomas Jones, 1625.
Title in engraved illustrated border.
Signatures: A8(-A1,8) B-P12.
Pages 28, 293 and 295 misnumbered as 26, 263 and 195 respectively.
Errata: p.  at end.
Includes: A treatise written to the glory of gods grace, against free-will / by T.V.
Imperfect: print show-through and tightly bound with slight loss of print.
Reproduction of original in the Harvard University. Library.
Theology, Doctrinal -- Early works to 1800.
This paines, whatsoeuer it be, is Dedicate, TO THE SER∣VICE, AND GOOD of the Church of God, vnder the Patronage and Protection of the thrice Worthy and Religious, my much honou∣red Friends: The Right Honourable Countesse of Deuonshire; A vertuous Woman indeed; like Her that was righteous before God, and walked in all the Statutes and Ordi∣nances of the Lord without re∣proofe. Luke 1.
A PARENE∣TIQVE DIREC∣TED ESPECIAL∣LY TO THEM that call themselues Catholicks.
An Apologetique to t Christian Reader for the worke in and about the Translation.
The Attestation of a friend touching this Booke, inserted in a Letter to the Translatour.
M.D. Esquire, To his good Friend, T.V.
A GODLY AND euout Treatise, teach∣ng with what due prepa∣ation wee ought to come to the holy Communion, which is indeed an Ab∣brigement of the Systeme of Diuinity, and may serue for a Cate∣chisme of Chri∣stianitie.
The Second part of this celestiall Science, which is touching the freeing of Man from his misery, that is, from sinne, and the punish∣ment of sinne.
A briefe direction how to examine our selues before we goe to the Lords Table, how to behaue our selues there, and how to try our selues afterwards.
OR, Recapitulation of the chiefe Points, handled in this Treatise.
A Post-script to the READER.
A Short Treatise touching Mans SER∣VILE WILL, before the working of GODS grace plainely and fully as I trust opening that Controuersie euen as it was written to a Friend, in answere of a Popish Pamphlet, touch∣ing Mans Free-wil.
Or The Heads of a plaine and profitable me∣thod of Teaching shadowed and pointed at.
THE GOSPELL OF St. THOMAS. MY LORD and MY GOD.
The Contents of this Booke.
THE PARTICVLARS of the foregoing Treatises.
The Attestation of a friend touching this Booke, inserted in a Letter to the Translator.
M. D. Esquire. To his good Friend. T. Ʋ.
AN ACROSTICKE. To his as duely beloued, as truly Louing, Learned and Religious COVSIN,