|Author:||Price, William, d. 1666.|
|Title:||Ianitor animæ: the soules porter to cast out sinne, and to keepe out sinne. A treatise of the feare of God. Written by William Price, Batchelour of Divinitie, and vicar of Brigstocke in Northamptonshire.|
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Ianitor animæ: the soules porter to cast out sinne, and to keepe out sinne. A treatise of the feare of God. Written by William Price, Batchelour of Divinitie, and vicar of Brigstocke in Northamptonshire.
Price, William, d. 1666.
London: Printed by I. D[awson] for Iohn Cowper at the holy Lambe at the East end of S. Pauls Church, 1638.
|Alternate titles:||Janitor animæ: the soules porter Janitor animæ: the soules porter.|
Running title reads: The soules porter.
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Christian life -- Early works to 1800.
TO THE RIGHT Honourable, the Lord WILLIAM, Erl of S••t•bury, Viount C•t• b•rre, Baon of •ss••t••, Captain of his Ma∣jestie Pensine s, Knight of the nble order of the Garter, one of his Majesties most ho∣nuable privie Councell, and his most noble Patron; Together with the right ho∣norable, the Lady •ath••ine, Cunlle of S•lt••ury, and his most noble Ldy; hothy exaples of te and pratiz o time prtnd religion, Wi•liam Price their devoted Ot and Chap∣laine wihth th bst of bles∣sins fom the bst of Bins.
The Contents of the severall Chapters in this Treatise.
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CHAP. I. The Introduction.
CHAP. II. Of the nature and kindes both of feare in gene∣rall, and of the feare of God in particular.
CHAP. III. How God, being the chie∣fest good, can bee fea∣red.
CHAP. IIII. Whether Adam in the state of innocencie fea∣red God? and whether the Angels and Saints in heaven feare God?
CHAP. V. How the feare of God can stand with the love of God, with joy, faith, and hope in God.
CHAP. VI. How far the filial feare of God may stand with the feare of Man.
CHAP. VII. Whether the feare of judgement bee contra∣ry to the filiall feare of God?
CHAP. VIII. The proper distinguish∣able symptomes of the feare of God. And first of those absolute signes that discover the essen∣tiall ingredients that constitute the genuine feare of God.
CHAP. IX. Of those signes that put a difference betweene the slavish, and the filiall feare of God.
CHAP. X. Of those signes that dis∣cover whether we feare God more than man, or man more than God.
CHAP. XII. A Dehortation from those sinnes, that are contrary to the feare of God: And first of Car∣nall Security, with the remedy thereof.
CHAP. XII. Of audacious presumpti∣on in sinning, and the antidote against it.
CHAP. XIII. Of Superstitious feare: and the counter poyson against it.
CHAP. XIIII. Of the servile feare of God.
CHAP. XV. Of the excessive feare of the creature.
CHAP. XVI. A Serious exhortation to the feare of God, and first of the manner, how we ought to feare him.
CHAP. XVII. The meanes whereby the feare of God may bee wrought, and increased.
CHAP. XVIII. Arguments for, and mo∣tives unto the feare of God.