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Author: Jelinger, Christopher.
Title: Heaven won by violence, or, A treatise upon Mat. 11, 12 compendiously containing very nigh the whole body of practical divinity : and shewing vvhat a sacred violence is, and how it must be used and offered in believing, repenting, and all the duties of your high calling : together with a new and living way of dying, upon Heb. 11:1 added thereunto / by Christopher Jelinger ; and published, with the dedications thereof, by some Christian friends.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Heaven won by violence, or, A treatise upon Mat. 11, 12 compendiously containing very nigh the whole body of practical divinity : and shewing vvhat a sacred violence is, and how it must be used and offered in believing, repenting, and all the duties of your high calling : together with a new and living way of dying, upon Heb. 11:1 added thereunto / by Christopher Jelinger ; and published, with the dedications thereof, by some Christian friends.
Jelinger, Christopher.

London: [s.n.], 1665.
Notes:
"A new and living way of dying ..." has a special t.p. with date 1664.
Reproduction of original in Bodleian Library.
Subject terms:
Bible. -- N.T. -- Matthew II, 12 -- Criticism, interpretation, etc.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A46736.0001.001

Contents
title page
To the Right Worshipful ANTHONY REEVE▪ The Mayor, And his Brethren The MAGISTRATES, And to all the Inhabitants of the populous Town of TOTNES; Mercy and Peace from God the Father, and from our Lord & Saviour Jesus Christ.
ORATIO, SIVE POEMA Authoris , Ad Jesum Christum Regem Coeli ac Terrae Potentissimum, Do∣minum suum Clementissimum.
Aliud ejusdem Authoris POEMA Ad Lectores Benivolos Eruditosque.
Heaven won by a Sacred Violence.
title page
To The Vertuous Lady The Lady ANNE SEYMOUR, Grace and Mercy be multiplied.
A New and Living Way of Dying.
The Third Prosecution.
The Third Prosecution.
The Fourth Prosecution.
The Second use.
The Third use.
The First Help.
The Second Help.
I'le instance in Particulars.
The Second Instance.
The Third Instance.
The Fourth Instance.
The Fifth Instance.
The Sixth Instance.
The Seventh Instance.
The First Perswasive.
The Second Perswasive,
The Third Perswasive.
The Fourth use.
How they dyed.
The Second Doctrine.
The first Reason.
The second Reason.
APPLICATION.
The first Inference.
The Second Inference.
The third Inference.
Four Principles.
The first Subsidy.
Quest.
Answ.
Particularly.
Quest.
The Second Principle.
Quest.
Answ.
The third Principle.
The Fourth Principle.
The First Rule.
The Second Rule.