For full access to this item, please  Login

Add to bookbag
Author: Vaughan, Edward, preacher at St. Mary Woolnoth.
Title: A divine discoverie of death directing all people to a triumphant resurrection, and euer-lasting saluation.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
Availability:

This keyboarded and encoded edition of the work described above is co-owned by the institutions providing financial support to the Early English Books Online Text Creation Partnership. Searching, reading, printing, or downloading EEBO-TCP texts is reserved for the authorized users of these project partner institutions. Permission must be granted for subsequent distribution, in print or electronically, of this text, in whole or in part. Please contact project staff at eebotcp-info@umich.edu for further information or permissions.

Print source: A divine discoverie of death directing all people to a triumphant resurrection, and euer-lasting saluation.
Vaughan, Edward, preacher at St. Mary Woolnoth.

London: Imprinted [by R. Field] for William Iones [3] and Richard Boyle, dwelling in the Blackfriers, 1612.
Notes:
Dedication signed: Edward Vaughan.
Printer's name from STC.
Pages 94 and 179 repeated in number only.
Reproduction of the original in the Bodleian Library.
Subject terms:
Death -- Religious aspects -- Christianity -- Early works to 1800.
Salvation -- Early works to 1800.
Resurrection -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A14280.0001.001

Contents
title page
TO THE RIGHT HONOVRABLE, MY VERY GOOD LORD, HENRY THE EARLE OF HVNTINGTON.
TO THE RIGHT HONORABLE LADY THE COVNTESSE of Leicester, Douger.
TO THE RIGHT VVORSHIPFVL SIR IOHN HARPER AND SIR PHILIP STANHOP in the countie of Darby Knights:
The contents.
THE GENERA∣LITIE OF DEATH.
The first reason why all men must die,
The second reason why all men must die,
The third reason why all men must die.
The fourth reason why all men must die is,
The fifth reason why all men must die.
The sixth reason why all men must die.
The seuenth reason why all men must die.
The eight reason why all men must die,
The ninth reason why all men must die.
The tenth reason why all men must die,
The second respect or attribute giuen to the children of God, is
The third respect or attribute giuen vnto the children of God, is
The fourth respect or attribute giuen vnto the children of God, is
Now me thinkes I heare two obiections made against me by two sorts of people:
An answer to the first concerning the generalitie of death.
An answer to the 2. obiection concerning the generalitie of death.
This doctrine concerning the genera∣litie of death, serueth to reproue three sorts of people.
Three diuine causes mouing willing∣nesse to die.
The second cause mouing willing∣nesse to die.
The third cause mouing wil∣lingnesse to die.
The second instruction.
The first Motiue why God punished penally.
The second Motiue why God puni∣shed penally.
The third Motiue why God punished penally.
The fourth Motiue why God punished penally.
The fifth Motiue why God punished penally.
The sixth Motiue why God punished penally.
The first vse of this doctrine concerning the penall death,
The second vse of this doctrine concer∣ning penall death.
The third vse of this doctrine concer∣ning penall death.
The fourth vse of this doctrine concer∣ning penall death.
The fifth vse of this doctrine con∣cerning the penall death.
The second manner, sort and kind of death, to wit,
The first reason why some liue long.
The second reason, why some do die in their minoritie and non-age.
The second answer, why some do die in their non-age or minoritie.
The third answer why some do die in their minoritie.
The fourth reason why some do die in their minoritie.
The third question why some do die languishingly.
The second answer why some do die languishingly,
The third reason why some do die languishingly.
The fourth reason why some do die suddenly or instantly, hath these two respects.
The first vse concerning the na∣turall death.
The second vse concerning the naturall death.
The third vse concerning the naturall death.
The fourth vse concerning the naturall death.
The fift vse concerning the naturall death.
The sixth vse concerning the naturall death.
The seuenth vse concerning the natu∣rall kind of death.
The eight vse concerning the natu∣rall death.
The 3. generall sort, manner, or kind of death, to wit, the vnnatu∣rall death.
Ʋnder this kind of death there are 4. other inferior sorts.
The first question concerning the ma∣ner of the vnnaturall death.
The answer therefore is twofold, one concerning the vngodly, the other concerning the godly.
The second answer concerning the godly, who vnwittingly and vnwillingly do by their owne act and deed kill and destroy themselues, is threefold.
The first sort who kill and destroy them∣selues wittingly and willingly,
The second sort who killand destroy themselues wittingly and willingly,
The third sort who kill and destroy themselues wittingly and willingly,
The fourth sort who kill and destroy themselues wittingly and willingly,
The third question concerning those that do wittingly and willingly kill and destroy one another.
The second motiue in the killer.
The third motiue in the killer.
The fourth motiue in the killers.
The fifth motiue in the killer is,
The sixth motiue in the killer
Now concerning the killed, to wit, why God doth suffer innocent blood to be shed wilfully, or to be subiect to the will of the wicked.
The second answer concerning the killed.
The fourth manner, sort or kind of death, to wit, politicall.
First concerning the lawes in gene∣rall how they ought to be.
Secondly, concerning the common lawes as they are now in England.
Thirdly concerning the politicall law, which is a chiefe part of the com∣mon law: whence indeede ari∣seth the matter instanced.
The politicall law hath in it selfe these foure sorts or kinds of executions.
Secondly, the reason of such sundrie sorts and seuerall manners of execution, which are vsed by vertue of the politicall law.
This doctrine serueth to reproue foure sorts of people. The
The third instruction concerning the timelinesse of death.
The answer or reason is fourefold.
The second answer or reason concerning the timelinesse of death, to wit, why God hath so exactly determined it.
The third answer or reason concerning the timelinesse of death, why God hath so exactly determined vpon the same.
The second question, why God doth con∣ceale the time of mans departure out of this life?
There are three speciall and diuine reasons why the time of death is concealed.
The second reason why the time of death is concealed.
The third reason why the time of death is concealed.
The fourth reason why the time of death is concealed.
The first answer for the vse of meanes to preserue life.
The second answer for the vse of means to preserue life,
The third answer for the vse and meanes to preserue life,
The fourth answer for the vse of meanes to preserue life,
The fifth answer for the vse of meanes to preserue life.
The second obiection.
The same is answered 6. maner of waies.
The 2. answer concerning him that doth contemne or neglect the meanes.
The third answer concerning him that doth contemne or neglect the meanes.
The fourth answer concerning him that doth contemne or neglect the meanes.
The fifth answer concerning him that doth contemne or neglect the meanes.
The sixth answer concerning him that doth neglect or con∣temne meanes.
The third obiection concerning addition, or conditionall life
The answer to this obiection is threefold.
The second answer concerning con∣ditionall lengthning, and threats of shortning life.
The third answer concerning condi∣tionall lengthning of life.
Let vs now obserue sixe sorts of people who are to be reproued by this obiection of lengthning and shortning of life.
If the person dead or dying be an husband,