|Author:||Yates, John, d. ca. 1660.|
|Title:||A modell of divinitie, catechistically composed. Wherein is delivered the matter and method of religion, according to the creed, ten Commandements, Lords Prayer, and the Sacraments. By Iohn Yates, Bachelour in Diuinitie, and minister of Gods word in St Andrewes in Norvvich.|
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A modell of divinitie, catechistically composed. Wherein is delivered the matter and method of religion, according to the creed, ten Commandements, Lords Prayer, and the Sacraments. By Iohn Yates, Bachelour in Diuinitie, and minister of Gods word in St Andrewes in Norvvich.
Yates, John, d. ca. 1660., Yates, John, d. ca. 1660., Richardson, Alexander,
London: Printed by Iohn Dawson for Fulke Clifton, and are to be sold on New-fish streete hill, vnder St Margrets Church, 1622.
In the "Advertisement to the Reader" Yates indicates the outline of the treatise came from Alexander Richardson, who is erroneously listed as the author in the Stationers' Register entry--STC.
Includes Yates' "A short and briefe summe of saving knowledge", London, 1621, which is reprinted in Chapter 1--STC.
Reproduction of the original in the Union Theological Seminary (New York, N.Y.). Library.
Theology, Doctrinal -- Early works to 1800.
TO OVR DEARE MOTHER THE CHVRCH OF ENGLAND.
Celeberrimae apud Cantabrigenses Academiae, bonarum omnium literarum & Christianae pietatis Nutrici, & alteri Anglicanae Ecclesiae Seminario gra∣tiam & pacem in Christo sempiternam.
TO THE RIGHT WORSHIPFVLL Mr GEORGE BYRCH, Maior of that famous and re∣nowmed CITIE of NORWICH. AND TO THE RIGHT VVOR∣Shipfull Sr THOMAS HIERON, one of the Governours of the same Citie, and for this yeare high SHERIFFE of NORTHFOLKE.
❧ An advertisement to the READER.
¶ The Table of Religion, containing the Creed, the ten Commandements, the Lords Prayer, and the Sacraments.
❧ The Catechisme defined, and distributed.
CHAPTER I. Of Faith in God.
CHAPTER II. Of the Faith of the Church.
CHAPTER III. Of good Workes.
CHAPTER IIII. Of Charitie.
CHAPTER V. Of Prayer.
CHAPTER VI. Of requests for our selues.
CHAPTER VII. Of Sacraments.
A MODELL OF DIVINITIE, CATECHISTI∣cally Composed.
CHAPTER 1. Of Religion.
CHAPTER II. Of Faith in God.
CHAPTER III. Of Gods Backe-parts.
CHAPTER IIII. Of Gods Essence.
CHAPTER V. Of the Attributes of the Essence.
CHAPTER VI. Of the Greatnesse of God.
CHAPTER VII. Of the diuine Qualities.
CHAPTER VIII. Of the Subsistences, or three Persons.
CHAPTER IX. Of their Relation.
CHAPTER X. Of their Distinction.
CHAPTER XI. Of the workes of Iehovah-Elohim in generall.
CHAPTER XII. Of the Creation of things, immediately made perfect.
CHAPTER XIII. Of the first matter, and foure Elements.
CHAPTER XIIII. Of the Elementaries.
CHAPTER XV. Of Mans Creation.
CHAPTER XVI. Of Gods Providence.
CHAPTER XVII. Of Mans Apostasie.
CHAPTER XVIII. The effects of the first Sinne.
CHAPTER XIX. Of originall and actuall Sinne.
CHAPTER XX. Of Death.
CHAPTER XXI. Of the propagation of Sinne.
CHAPTER XXII. Of Redemption.
CHAPTER XXIII. Of Christs humiliation.
CHAPTER XXIIII. Of Christs Exaltation.
CHAPTER XXV. Of the Spirits application to the Church.
CHAPTER XXVI. Of the Spirits application by Faith.
¶ The second Booke.
CHAPTER I. Of the Law.
CHAPTER II. Of holy and heauenly Prayer.
CHAPTER III. Of the Sacraments.