|Author:||Kimedoncius, Jacobus, d. 1596.|
|Title:||Of the redemption of mankind three bookes wherein the controuersie of the vniuersalitie of redemption and grace by Christ, and of his death for all men, is largely handled. Hereunto is annexed a treatise of Gods predestination in one booke. Written in Latin by Iacob Kimedoncius D. and professor of Diuinitie at Heidelberge, and translated into English by Hugh Ince preacher of the word of God.|
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Of the redemption of mankind three bookes wherein the controuersie of the vniuersalitie of redemption and grace by Christ, and of his death for all men, is largely handled. Hereunto is annexed a treatise of Gods predestination in one booke. Written in Latin by Iacob Kimedoncius D. and professor of Diuinitie at Heidelberge, and translated into English by Hugh Ince preacher of the word of God.
Kimedoncius, Jacobus, d. 1596., Ince, Hugh, b. 1554 or 5,
At London: Imprinted by Felix Kingston for Humfrey Lovvnes, 1598.
|Alternate titles:||De redemptione generis humani. English De redemptione generis humani.|
A translation of: De redemptione generis humani.
With a final errata leaf.
A variant of the edition lacking Humphrey Lownes' name in the imprint.
Reproduction of the original in the Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery.
Redemption -- Early works to 1800.
Predestination -- Early works to 1800.
TO THE RIGHT HO∣NORABLE SIR THOMAS EGERTON KNIGHT, LORD Keeper of the Great Seale of Eng∣land, and one of her Maiesties most honorable priuie Councell.
TO THE MOST EX∣CELLENT AND RENOW∣MED PRINCE, AND LORD, THE LORD Frederike the fourth, Count Palatine on the Rhene, Duke of Bauarie, of the sacred Romane Empire, chiefe Sewer and Elector, his most gracious Lorde and Prince.
A table of certaine places of Scrip∣ture expounded in these Bookes.
OF THE REDEMP∣TION OF MANKIND BY CHRIST.
The first Booke.
CHAP. I. Wherein is shewed the summe and diuision of this doctrine.
CHAP. II. Whence we are redeemed.
CHAP. III. By whom this redemption came.
CHAP. IIII. Of the maner of the redemption finished.
CHAP. V. The answering or taking away of certaine Questions about the maner or meanes of redemption.
CHAP. VI. The vse of the former doctrine for the confutation of certaine errors.
CHAP. VII. Of the time of the Redemption purchased.
CHAP. VIII. The question of the redemption of the old fathers is handled, and a double opinion about the same is confuted.
CHAP. IX. Of the impulsiue cause of mans redemption.
CHAP. X. Of the finall cause of redemption.
CHAP. XI. WHO BE REDEEMED BY CHRIST. The controuersie of the question propounded is rehearsed, and briefly expounded.
CHAP. XII. Another maner of vniuersall redemption.
CHAP. XIII. Some other waies of the vniuersalitie of redemption.
THE SECOND BOOKE OF CHRISTIAN REDEMPTION, CON∣SISTING IN CONFVTATION.
CHAP. I. A transition vnto the examination of the arguments of the Aduersarie, and the distribution of them into certaine rankes or orders.
CHAP. II. VNTO THE ARGVMENTS OF THE FIRST ORDER. A generall answer to testimonies of the death of Christ for all.
CHAP. III. Peculiar answers vnto those sayings of the Scripture, which affirme that Christ died for all.
CHAP. V. An examination of places wherein there is mention made of the World in this matter.
CHAP. VI. Answers vnto the sayings of the Scripture touching the vniuersalitie of the preaching of the Gospell.
CHAP. VII. Testimonies of the old Testament are examined.
VNTO THE ARGVMENTS OF THE SECOND RANKE.
CHAP. VIII. Wherein generall solutions or answers are contained.
CHAP. IX. Certaine sayings of the Scripture are examined touch∣ing the redemption of reprobates.
VNTO THE ARGVMENTS OF THE THIRD RANKE.
CHAP. XI. An Apologie or answere to the first and second accusation.
CHAP. XII. Vnto the third accusation.
CHAP. XIII. Vnto the fourth accusation.
CHAP. XIIII. A discussing of the fift absurditie.
CHAP. XV. To the sixt absurditie.
CHAP. XVI. An answere to the residue of the Absurdities.
CHAP. XVII. Of this, that only vnbeleefe condemneth, and not other sinnes: but whosoeuer is condemned, for only vnbeleefe he is condemned.
THE THIRD BOOKE OF CHRISTIAN REDEMPTION, CON∣SISTING IN CONFIRMATION: Or a demonstration of the true opinion, who be partakers of Redemption.
CHAP. I. The proposition and partition.
CHAP. II. Certaine places of the new Testament, with an admonition concerning Hubers maner of disputation.
CHAP. III. Testimonies out of Pauls Epistles.
CHAP. IIII. Testimonies out of other Scriptures of the New Testament.
CHAP. V. Testimonies out of the Law and Prophets.
CHAP. VI. The same thing is proued by some types of the old Testament.
CHAP. VII. Of the second order of proofes.
THE THIRD RANKE OF PROOFES, CONTAINING THE TESTIMO∣nies of Antiquitie.
CHAP. IX. Testimonies of the Schoolemen, and other new Diuines.
CHAP. X. Wherein the originall and predecessors of our aduer∣saries opinion are laid open.
A BOOKE OF GODS PREDESTINATION.
CHAP. I. The preface and diuision of the doctrine in hand.
CHAP. II. What is predestination: where are shewed sundrie definitions of the name and the thing, and a comparison of certaine words vsed in this matter, and being almost of one and the same signification.
CHAP. III. A confirmation of the former things, to wit, that some are elec∣ted, some reprobated of God from euerlasting, against the error of certaine men that say, that all men are elected in Christ.
CHAP. IIII. A confutation of certaine obiections.
CHAP. V. Of the causes of predestination.
CHAP. 6. Diuerse opinions are brought touching the cause of election and reprobation.
CHAP. VII. A demonstration of election freely arising oft h meere good pleasure of God.
CHAP. VIII. The same point is proued by testimonies of the sacred Scriptures.
CHAP. IX. Answeres to certaine exceptions.
CHAP. X. Other proofes of free election.
CHAP. XI. Of the cause of reprobation.
CHAP. XII. A confutation of certaine obiections against the expoun∣ded doctrine of the cause of Election and Reprobation.
CHAP. XIII. A wicked eye without cause suspecteth God of vniustice.
CHAP. XIIII. Of the effects of Election.
CHAP. XV. Other effects of election, i. Iustification and glo∣fication: where also is intreated of the perseuerance of the Elect.
CHAP. XVI. Of the effects of Reprobation.
CHAP. XVII. How God is said to harden and blinde.
CHAP. XVIII. Whether God hath predestinated the infidelitie of the reprobates, and sinnes in generall.
CHAP. XIX. That predestination is stedfast and vnmoueable.
CHAP. XX. Answeres to such obiections, as are wont to be made against the vnchaungeablenes of Predestination.
CHAP. XXI. Answers to the other obiections.
CHAP. XXII. Answeres to some places of scripture, vsually obiected a∣gainst the certainety of Predestination.
WHETHER AND HOW WE MAY BE CERTAINE AND SVRE OF OVR Election in Christ.
CHAP. XXIII. Of the certainety of saluation, and therefore of Election, against the Papistes.
CHAP. XXIIII. How and by what meanes we are made certaine of the election of vs in Christ.
CHAP. XXV. What is meete for vs to iudge of the election of other men.
THE LAST PART, NAMELY THE VSE of the doctrine of predestination, against those men that think, we must abstaine from the preach∣ing of it, as not only not profitable, but also dangerous, and contrary to edification.
CHAP. XXVI. The foresaid error is rehearsed and confuted.
CHAP. XXVII. That the doctrine of predestination is profitable and necessary, with the answers to such obiections, as haue been made against it.
CHAP. XXVIII. Or last. That Predestination must soberly and discreetly be preached.
A TABLE OF THE PRINCIPAL MATTERS MENTIONED IN THESE BOOKES.
Faults escaped in the print, are thus to be corrected.