|Author:||Zanchi, Girolamo, 1516-1590.|
|Title:||Speculum Christianum or, A Christian suruey for the conscience. Containing, three tractates of that eminent, graue, and learned diuine, maister Hierome Zanchius. 1. Of the end of the world. 2. Of the perseuerance of the saints. 3. A summarie abridgement of his protections. Englished for the good of Gods church, and for a warning to wicked and impenitent men. By H.N.|
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2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Speculum Christianum or, A Christian suruey for the conscience. Containing, three tractates of that eminent, graue, and learned diuine, maister Hierome Zanchius. 1. Of the end of the world. 2. Of the perseuerance of the saints. 3. A summarie abridgement of his protections. Englished for the good of Gods church, and for a warning to wicked and impenitent men. By H.N.
Zanchi, Girolamo, 1516-1590., Nelson, Henry, fl. 1614,
London: Printed by George Eld, 1614.
|Alternate titles:||Speculum Christianum. English Speculum Christianum. Christian suruey for the conscience. Christian survey for the conscience.|
An English translation, by Henry Nelson, of: Zanchi, Girolamo. Speculum Christianum.
Formerly STC 18422.
Identified as STC 18422 on UMI microfilm reel 1577.
Reproduction of the original in the Bodleian Library.
Christian life -- Early works to 1800.
Devotional literature -- Early works to 1800.
Reformed Church -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800.
Calvinism -- Early works to 1800.
Conscience -- Early works to 1800.
TO HIS VERY RE∣VEREND, GRAVE, AND learned Tutors, his good and louing friends, M. Doctor S••n∣ton, Doctor in Diuinity, Deane of the Cathedral Church of 〈◊〉: And M. Iohn Knewstub Bacheler in Diuinity, a vigilant Pastor, and R••∣tor of the parochiall Church of C•ck-field in Suffole, H. N. path grace and peace, health and happines in Christ for euer. (∵)
CERTAINE PRAE∣LECTIONS OF (THAT WORTHY DEFENDER OF the Christian Faith) Hiero. Zan∣chiv•,pon these words, 1. Ioh. 2. 18. Little Childr•• it is the last time.
THE CONFESSION of HIEROME ZAN∣CHIVS touching the perseuerance of the Saints in faith.
CHAP. I. Of Faith.
A description of true faith.
CHAP. II. What things are controuerted, and what are not in this Ar∣ticle of Perseuerance.
CHAP. III. The first Question, touching a double Man in the Regene∣rate.
QVEST. II. The manner how the Saints do sinn willingly.
The Explanation of the , How it commeth passe, That the same man the euil that he will not, that hee doth, that respect also doth it; and the good that would hee doth not, in that respect hee also it.
QUEST. 3. Of the qualitie of the sinnes of the Saints.
QVEST. IIII. Whether the Saints doe perse∣uere in Sinne?
QVEST. V. Whether the Saints do persist vnto the end in faith once giuen?
Testimonies out of the Scriptures.
Out of the Fathers.
Out of Luther, and other Di∣uines.
An Argument out of Luther.
SVNRDY POSITIONS OVT OF THE PRAELEC∣tions of ZANCHIVS, which were carped at by his Aduersaries; accordingly as hee was en••i∣ned by his Reuerend Ma∣sters to exhibit a summe of them.
The whole Treatise of the Book of Life is distinguished into these Positions.
Axiomes which wre propoun∣ded touching the Booke of life, to bee disputed vpon in the Schooles.
The Treatise of Grace standeth vpon these branches.
The Treatise of the Praedesti∣nation of the Saints, is seuered into these speciall heads.
The Discourse touching the blinding of the Wicked, con∣sisteth of these Proposi∣tions.
A summe of the Treatise, con∣cerning the Redemption of the Church by Christ, and the certaintie of our Prae∣destination and saluation, comprised in twenty nine Positions.
The Summe of the fourth Chapter of the Tractate touching Christ our Ad∣uocate contained in foure propositions.
The Summary of the Questi∣ons, whether Remission of sinnes, once obtained, can againe be made frustrate; comprised in fourteen Con∣clusions.