|Author:||Sharp, Thomas, 1633-1693.|
|Title:||Tanòhumim, or, Divine comforts antidoting inward perplexities of mind in a discourse upon Psal. XCIV, ver. 19 / by T. Sharp ... ; with some short remarks upon the author.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Tanòhumim, or, Divine comforts antidoting inward perplexities of mind in a discourse upon Psal. XCIV, ver. 19 / by T. Sharp ... ; with some short remarks upon the author.
Sharp, Thomas, 1633-1693.
London: Printed for Tho. Parkhurst ... and John Whitworth ..., 1700.
Title transliterated from Hebrew.
Advertisments on p. [4-5] at end.
Reproduction of original in Union Theological Seminary Library, New York.
Sharp, Thomas, -- 1633-1693.
Bible. -- O.T. -- Psalms XCIV, 19 -- Criticism, interpretation, etc.
THE PREFACE, Rendering an Account of this Publication.
Some short REMARKS upon the Author.
THE Nature, Origin, Subject-Mat∣ter, Character, Method, and Means of COMFORT.
CHAP. I. The Introduction, with the Explication of the Words, and their Sense Critical and Moral.
CHAP. II. The Subject of Comfort display'd under the Psalmist's Character.
CHAP. III. A Second Character of the Subject of Comfort, Prayer.
CHAP. IV. A Third Qualification of the Subject of Comfort, Faith.
CHAP. V. A Fourth Property of the Subject of Comfort, Inoffen∣sive Conscience.
CHAP. VI. The Subject of Comfort, Inoffensive to Man.
CHAP. VII. The Subject of Comfort, Publickly Spirited, &c. True Christianity, &c.
CHAP. VIII. The Subject of Comfort, Honours God's Discipline.
CHAP. IX. The Subject of Comfort, Eyes God in all things.
CHAP. X. The Subject of Comfort, Seeks it solely in God.
CHAP.XI. The Nature and Quality of the Psalmist's Thoughts.
CHAP. XII. Comforts in general.
CHAP. XIII. Comforts in God.
CHAP. XIV. Comforts from God.
CHAP. XV. Inferences.
CHAP. XVI. Elenctical Inferences.
CHAP. XVII. Instructive Inferences.
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