|Author:||Downe, John, 1570?-1631.|
|Title:||A treatise of the true nature and definition of justifying faith together with a defence of the same, against the answere of N. Baxter. By Iohn Downe B. in Divinity, and sometime fellow of Emanuel C. in Cambridge.|
|Publication Info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
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A treatise of the true nature and definition of justifying faith together with a defence of the same, against the answere of N. Baxter. By Iohn Downe B. in Divinity, and sometime fellow of Emanuel C. in Cambridge.
Downe, John, 1570?-1631., Baxter, Nathaniel, fl. 1606., Bayly, fl. 1635., Muret, Marc-Antoine, 1526-1585.
Oxford: Printed by Iohn Lichfield for Edward Forrest, 1635.
|Alternate titles:||Selections Of the faith of infants, and how they are iustified and saued. Of the faith of infants, and how they are justified and saved. Not consent of fathers but Scripture the ground of faith.|
Reprints Baxter's answer.
"Of the faith of infants, and how they are iustified and saued" and "Not consent of fathers but Scripture the ground of faith. Written by the occasion of a conference had with Mr. Bayly" each has separate dated title page; pagination and register are continuous. The latter work is addressed to M. Bayly.
Includes a verse translation of: Muret, Marc-Antoine. Institutio puerilis.
Reissued as "The works of that reverend divine M. John Downe", but in fact a selection.
Reproduction of the original in the Union Theological Seminary (New York, N.Y.). Library.
Justification -- Early works to 1800.
Authority (Religion) -- Early works to 1800.
TO THE READER.
A TREATISE OF THE TRVE NATVRE AND DEFINITION of justifying faith;
A DEFENCE OF THE FORMER TREATISE OF IVSTIFYING FAITH, Against the answer of N. B.
OF THE FAITH OF INFANTS, AND HOW THEY ARE Iustified and Saued.
NOT CONSENT OF FATHERS BVT SCRIPTVRE THE GROVND OF FAITH.
OF SITTING AND KNEELING AT THE COMMVNION.
HOW S. PAVL AND S. IAMES ARE TO BEE reconciled in the matter of IVSTIFICATION.
OF THE AVTHORS AND AVTHORITY OF THE CREED, AND WHY IT IS CALLED a Symbole.
A SHORT CATECHISME.
Instructions for preparation vnto the holy COMMVNION.
Peccatum formaliter & propriè non esse infi∣nitum, exercitatio aduersus N.
OF CHOICE OF MEATS AND ABSTINENCE.
AN ANSWER VNTO CERTAINE REASONS FOR SEPARATION.
OF VOWES AND SPECIALLY THAT OF VIRGINITY.
THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY IS TRVLY Deipara, the Mother of GOD.
M. ANTONIVS MVRETVS his Institution for Children translated.
To my Daughter E. D. Written on her Bible.
A Hymne vnto Christ.
The Spouse of Christ longing for, and reioycing in her mar∣riage with him.
An Euening Prayer.
A Soule distracted betweene Hope and Feare.
Hope of Pardon.
The Epicure and Christian.
A Sinners appeale from Iustice to Mercy.
A Caroll for the Natiuity.
Christ comforting a distressed soule.
THE FIRST PSALME.
Psalme. 119. Beth.