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Author: Hibbert, Henry, 1601 or 2-1678.
Title: Syntagma theologicum, or, A treatise wherein is concisely comprehended, the body of divinity, and the fundamentals of religion orderly discussed whereunto are added certain divine discourses, wherein are handled these following heads, viz. 1. The express character of Christ our redeemer, 2. Gloria in altissimis, or the angelical anthem, 3. The necessity of Christ's passion and resurrection, 4. The blessed ambassador, or, The best sent into the basest, 5. S. Paul's apology, 6. Holy fear, the fence of the soul, 7. Ordini quisque suo, or, The excellent order, 8. The royal remembrancer, or, Promises put in suit, 9. The watchman's watch-word, 10. Scala Jacobi, or, S. James his ladder, 11. Decus sanctorum, or, The saints dignity, 12. Warrantable separation, without breach of union / by Henry Hibbert ...
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Syntagma theologicum, or, A treatise wherein is concisely comprehended, the body of divinity, and the fundamentals of religion orderly discussed whereunto are added certain divine discourses, wherein are handled these following heads, viz. 1. The express character of Christ our redeemer, 2. Gloria in altissimis, or the angelical anthem, 3. The necessity of Christ's passion and resurrection, 4. The blessed ambassador, or, The best sent into the basest, 5. S. Paul's apology, 6. Holy fear, the fence of the soul, 7. Ordini quisque suo, or, The excellent order, 8. The royal remembrancer, or, Promises put in suit, 9. The watchman's watch-word, 10. Scala Jacobi, or, S. James his ladder, 11. Decus sanctorum, or, The saints dignity, 12. Warrantable separation, without breach of union / by Henry Hibbert ...
Hibbert, Henry, 1601 or 2-1678., Hibbert, Henry, 1601 or 2-1678.

London: Printed by E.M. for John Clark ..., 1662.
Notes:
"A table" [i.e. index]: prelim. p. [8]-[14] and p. [2]-[4] at end.
Erratas: prelim. p. [14], p. 155.
"Exercitationes theologiae, or, Divine discourses, carefully extracted, and orderly digested into XII sections ...", 155 p. at end, has special t.p.
Reproduction of original in Bodleian Library.
Subject terms:
Christianity.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A43607.0001.001

Contents
to the reader
SYNTAGMA THEOLOGICƲM: OR, A TREATISE, Wherein is concisely comprehended THE Body of Divinity, AND THE FƲNDAMENTALS of RELIGION, Orderly Discussed.
Προλογοσ. The Prologue.
De Deo.
Of God, his Attributes and Properties.
Of his Eternity.
Of his Infiniteness.
Of Gods Omnipotency.
Of Gods Omnipresence.
Of Gods Immutability.
Of the Goodness of God.
Of the Mercy of God.
Of the Sacred Trinity.
De Trinitate.
De Christo.
Of the Personal Ʋnion.
Of Christ the Mediatour.
Of Christs Kingly Office.
Of Christs Priestly Office
Of Christs Prophetical Office.
De Spiritu Sancto.
De Sacrâ Scripturâ.
Of the old and new Testament.
Of Scripture-Interpretation.
Of Gods Fore-knowledge, and Decree.
Praescientia.
Decretum.
De Creatione.
Of Light and Darkness.
Lux.
Tenebrae.
Of Night and Day.
Night.
Day.
Of the Visible Heavens.
Of the Invisible Heavens.
De Angelis.
Of the Celestial Lights.
Of the Sun.
Of the Moon.
Of Eclipses.
Of the Stars.
Of a Year.
The Spring,
The Summer,
Autumn,
Winter,
Of the Lowest Heavens.
Fire.
Lightning and Thunder.
Clouds.
Rain.
Rain-bowe.
Winde.
Hail.
Snow.
Frost.
Dew.
Fowls of Heaven.
Eagle.
Peacock.
Pelican.
Ostrich.
Raven.
Of the Earth.
Earth-quakes.
Stones.
Minerals.
Fountains and Rivers.
Fruits.
Worms.
Mandrakes.
Serpents.
Beasts.
Lyon,
Elephant,
Wild-Ass,
Fox,
Conie.
Paradise.
Of the Sea.
Sea.
Fish.
Ships.
Homo.
Mans Body.
Head.
Braine.
Eye.
Eare.
Mouth.
Teeth.
Tongue.
Face.
Dugge.
Hand.
Heart.
Liver.
Lungs.
Ribbs.
Intrails
Belly.
Navel.
Bladder.
Thigh.
Legge.
Foot.
The Soul of Man.
Ʋnderstanding.
Will.
Memory.
Conscience.
Of mans Genius.
De Providentiâ.
Humane (or rather Christian) Providence.
Original Sin.
Actual Sin.
Ʋnpardonable sin.
Sinners.
Guilt of sin.
Punishment of sin.
Free-will.
The Law.
Lex Naturae.
Lex Civilis.
Lex Ceremonialis.
Lex Moralis.
Lex Talionis.
The Gospel.
Christs Humiliation.
Incarnation.
Passion.
Descensio Christi ad Inferos.
His Resurrection.
The manner or specialty of Christs rising.
Ascension.
His session at the Fathers right hand.
Intercession.
Predestination.
Election.
Reprobation.
Gospel-Mercy and Grace.
Promises.
Redemption.
Reconciliation.
General Calling.
Conviction.
Conversion.
Regeneration.
Justification.
Ʋnion with Christ:
Sanctification.
Adoption.
Consolation.
Grace.
Corruption.
Ʋertue.
Ʋice.
Repentance.
Impenitency.
Faith.
Ʋnbeleif.
Hope.
Presumption.
Desperation.
Charity.
Covetousness.
Love.
Gods love to Man.
Mans love to God.
Mans love to Man.
Anger.
Hatred.
Malice.
Envy.
Enmity.
Self-denial.
Self-love.
Humility.
Pride.
Knowledge.
Ignorance.
Wisdom.
Folly.
Sincerity.
Hypocrisie.
Deceit.
Flattery.
Sobriety.
Luxurie.
Zeal.
Luke-Warmness.
Ʋigilancy.
Security.
Fortitude.
Fear.
Magnanimity.
Pusillanimity.
Patience.
Murmuring.
Temperance
Gluttony.
Drunkenness.
Prudencè.
Rashness.
Modesty.
Vain-glory.
Chastity.
Ʋncleanness.
1. Whoredom.
2. Adultery.
3. Incest.
4. Sodomy.
Simpilicity.
Subtilty.
Meekness.
Perversness.
Goodness.
Wickedness.
Diligence.
Idleness.
Mercy.
Cruelty.
Revenge.
A wise man will neglect injuries.
Murder.
Ingratitude.
Injury.
Innocency.
Contentation.
Ambition.
Curiosity.
Blessing.
Cursing.
Imprecation.
Violence.
Ʋsury.
Restitution.
Piety.
Impiety.
Sanctity.
Civility.
Honesty.
Liberty.
Scandal.
Constancy.
Inconstancy.
Perseverance.
Apostacy.
Good Works.
De bonis operibus.
Obedience.
Action.
Civil Justice.
Alms.
Hospitality.
Coaction.
Beginning or Original.
Progresse in Sanctification.
End or Result.
Comforting the Comfortless.
Christian Conversation▪
Example.
Time and Opportunity.
Reward.
Honour.
Fame.
Mert.
The Church, true and false.
Ecclesia.
Saints.
Foundation.
Rome.
Pope.
Papists.
Antiquity,
Custome.
Idolatry.
Superstition.
Tradition.
Holy things and places.
Sacriledge.
Tythes.
Simony.
Things indifferent.
Questions.
Imagination.
Sense and Motion.
Reason.
Affections.
Respect of Persons.
Opinion.
Controversie.
Strife.
Schisme.
Concord.
Church-Ordinances.
Prophets.
Of the Sibyls.
Christ our Saviour.
Apostles.
Presbyter.
Minister of the Word.
Pastour.
The Word of God.
Confession of Faith.
Amen.
Preaching.
Eloquence.
Contempt.
Hearing.
Reading.
Prayer.
Psalmes.
Seal.
Sacrament.
Baptisme.
The Lords Supper.
Catechising.
The Sabbath.
Kingdom of God
Gods Presence.
Church-Order and Discipline.
Order.
Reproof.
Power of the Keyes.
Excommunication.
Shame.
Doctrine of Devils.
Impostour.
Miracles.
Errour.
Heresie.
Blasphemie.
Types.
Priest.
Melchisedeck.
Sacrifice.
Blood.
Mass.
Acceptance.
Tabernacle.
Noah's Ark.
Ark of the Covenant.
Temple.
First-fruits.
Circumcision.
Pascal Lambe.
Manna.
Religion and Religious Exercises.
Religio.
Divine Worship.
Servant of men.
Servant of sin.
Servant of God.
Truth.
Lying.
Jesting.
Obscaenity
Ʋoice.
Loquacity.
Silence.
Prolixity.
Wish.
Vow.
Covenant.
Oath.
Perjury.
Remembrance.
Abstinence.
Testimony.
Contemplation.
Consideration.
Study.
Soliloquy.
Confession.
Contrition.
Teares.
Pardon.
Mortification.
Solitude.
Society.
Way.
Quality.
Experience.
Aeconomical Order.
Natura.
Marriage.
Husband.
Wife.
Poligamy.
Jealousie.
Divorce.
Parents.
Father.
Mother
Widow.
Fatherless.
Infant.
Birth.
Bastard.
Children.
Boy, Girle.
Education.
Espousals.
Servant.
Steward.
Friend.
Kisse.
Enemie.
Money.
Clothing.
Food.
Sleep.
Dream.
Life present
Age of Man.
Old age.
The World.
Mundus.
Kingdoms.
Jews.
Gentiles.
Countrey.
Signes.
Judgements.
Tumult.
Warre.
Peace.
Famine.
Pestilence.
Political Administration.
Vulgus. The Common people.
Magistrate.
Superiors and Inferiors.
Titles.
Tyrant.
King.
Court.
Subjects.
Reward.
Nobility.
Judge.
Humane Council.
Policy
Stage-Play.
Reformation.
Mutability.
Help, Aid or Assistance.
Desolation.
Arts and Sciences, commendable and cursed.
Ars.
Ingenuity.
Books.
Learning.
Musick.
Devil.
Salt.
Poyson.
Lottery.
Sooth-Sayer.
Ʋision
Apparition.
Witch.
Vocatio Particularis.
Husbandman.
Physician.
Merchant.
Souldier.
Prosperitas.
Health.
Strength.
Swiftness.
Victory.
Gain.
Riches.
Odours.
Protection.
Pleasure.
Vanity.
Perfection.
Felicity.
Adversity.
Crux.
Danger.
Affliction.
Hurt.
Loss.
Poverty.
Debt.
Wound.
Sickness.
Imbecillity.
Infirmity.
Contingency.
Will of God.
Persecution.
Censuring.
Reproach.
Mocking.
Resolution in Persecution.
Martyrdom.
Spiritual Warfare.
Temptation.
Demoniack.
Sorrow.
Desire.
Desertion.
Calamity.
Quatuor Novissima.
Mors.
Purgatory.
Burial.
Resurrection.
Judicium Ʋltimum.
Eternal Life.
Caelum
Heavens Glory
Gehenna.
Hells Torments.
title page
religious treatise
THE EXPRESS CHARACTER OF CHRIST Our Redeemer.
GLORIA IN ALTISSIMIS; OR, THE ANGELICAL ANTHEM.
The Necessity of CHRISTS PASSION AND Resurrection.
The Necessity of CHRISTS PASSION AND Resurrection.
THE BLESSED AMBASSADOR; OR, THE Best sent into the Basest.
SAINT PAUL'S Apology.
Holy Fear, THE FENCE OF THE SOUL.
ORDINE QƲISQƲE SƲO; OR, THE Excellent Order.
THE ROYAL REMEMBRANGER; OR, PROMISES Put in Suit.
THE WATCHMAN'S Watch-word.
SCALA JACOBI; OR, St James his Ladder.
DECƲS SANCTORƲM; OR, THE Saints Dignity.
WARRANTABLE SEPARATION; WITHOUT Breach of Union.
ERRATA.
A TABLE Of the Principal THINGS contained in the EXERCITATIONS.