|Author:||Mayhew, R. (Richard)|
|Title:||Tria sunt omnia, or, A necessary narration and distinct discussion of faith, hope and love legible in The idea of the book / by R. Mayhew ...|
|Publication Info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Tria sunt omnia, or, A necessary narration and distinct discussion of faith, hope and love legible in The idea of the book / by R. Mayhew ...
Mayhew, R. (Richard)
London: Printed by Thomas Snowden for the Author, 1680.
"The idea of the book" [i.e. contents]: p. - following p. 14.
Reproduction of original in Union Theological Seminary Library, New York.
TO THE SERIOUS and SPIRITUAL READER.
THE IDEA OF THE BOOK.
The Author to the Reader.
THE Grace of Faith.
Section I. Of Faith.
CHAP. I. Whether there be such a thing as a Gospel-Faith?
CHAP. II. What this Gospel-Faith is.
CHAP. III. Of a great, and strong Faith.
CHAP. IV. Of a little, and a weak Faith.
The Compendium Versified.
SECTION II. Of HOPE.
CHAP. I. Whether there be a Gospel-Hope? and what this Gospel-Hope is?
CHAP. II. Inferences and Motives, concerning a Gos∣pel-Hope.
I. Inferences, concerning a Gospel-Hope.
Motives concerning a Gospel-Hope.
CHAP. I. Whether there be a Gospel-Love, and what this Gospel-Love is?
CHAP. II. How this personal Excellency of Christ appears, that is the pro∣per Object of this Gospel-Love.
CHAP. III. Inferences from a Gospel Love.