|Title:||Truth unvail'd by scripture-light. In three parts. Written for the sake of those that desire to behold it in its native beauty. To which is added, an appendix, which the author desires to leave as a legacy to his children. By a despised follower of the blessed Jesus, Robert Prudom.|
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Truth unvail'd by scripture-light. In three parts. Written for the sake of those that desire to behold it in its native beauty. To which is added, an appendix, which the author desires to leave as a legacy to his children. By a despised follower of the blessed Jesus, Robert Prudom.
London: printed and sold by John Marshal at the Bible in Grace-Church-street, 1699.
|Alternate titles:||Truth unvailed by scripture-light, &c. Truth unvailed by scripture-light.|
Caption title on pg. 1: Truth unvailed by scripture-light, &c.
Running title: Truth unvailed by scripture-light.
With final leaf containing a table of contents and an advertisment.
Reproduction of the original at the British Library.
Christian literature -- Early works to 1800.
In Commendation OF THE Ensuing Treatise.
The EPISTLE to the Christian READER.
Truth Unvailed BY Scripture-Light, &c.
CHAP. I. Of the first Adam, the Excellency of the State and Condition in which he was created.
CHAP. II. Of the Image of God in which Adam was created, and the nature of that first Covenant-Light while in the state of Innocency.
CHAP. III. Of the Fall of Adam: The miserable change of his Condition by the Fall; and how all his Offspring were included in it.
CHAP. IV. Of the Image of God that was upon the Heart of the first Adam; how it disco∣vers it self in the Hearts (or Souls) of his fallen Children. The nature of the leadings of that first Covenant-light; and the Condition of those that stand under the highest Attainment of it.
PART II. Clearing up, that the Covenant of Grace and Redemption is but one and the same Covenant.
CHAP. I. Of Election bottom'd upon the Soveraign∣ty of God. How the Eternal Word united to Man's Nature is chosen by electing Love as the head of the Elect, and made the way through which elect∣ing Love doth pass to every elect Person.
CHAP. II. Of the Redemption of the Lord Jesus Christ, in two parts; First, Perfect Obedience to the Law. Secondly, Sa∣tisfaction to the Penalty of it for the Elect, subservient to the Decree of Election, and leading to answer the great Designs of it.
CHAP. III. Of the Mediatorship of the Lord Jesus Christ, in two parts; First, In pro∣curing and sending of the Spirit to fit for the publishing of the way of Salva∣tion. Secondly, For the Spirits ac∣companying the outward Declaration by opening the Heart, and so leading into the way; and keeping the Saints in it, subservient to the Decree of Election, and answering the Designs of it.
PART III. Setting forth the Publication of Gospel-Grace, from the Fall to Abraham; the State of the Church until that time; the Covenant made with him; the Nature of the Old Testament Church-State, and the New Testament Church-State.
CHAP. I. Of the Publication of Gospel-Grace from the Fall to Abraham; the Church-State during that Dispensation.
CHAP II. Of the Covenant made with Abraham, and of the Old Testament Church-State: what was required to be a Member of it.
CHAP. III. Of the Ordinances of the Old Testa∣ment Church; what they did point at to the Seed of Abraham, as descend∣ing from him by Generation; and what they pointed at to his spiritual Seed.
CHAP. IV. Of the New Testament Church, and what is required to be a Member of it.
CHAP. V. Of the Ordinances of the New Testament Church, what is required to fit for the partaking of them; and what they do hold out when administred ac∣cording to the Rule of the Word.
PART IV. Being an Appendix which the Author leaves for a Legacy to his Children.