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Author: Woolnor, Henry, d. ca. 1640.
Title: The true originall of the soule proving both by divine and naturall reason, that the production of mans soule is neither by creation nor propagation, but a certain meane way between both : wherein the doctrine of originall sinne, and the purity of Christs incarnation, is also more fully cleared then hath been heretofore published / by H.W. B.D.
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2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The true originall of the soule proving both by divine and naturall reason, that the production of mans soule is neither by creation nor propagation, but a certain meane way between both : wherein the doctrine of originall sinne, and the purity of Christs incarnation, is also more fully cleared then hath been heretofore published / by H.W. B.D.
Woolnor, Henry, d. ca. 1640., Palmer, Elias.

London: Printed by T. Paine and M. Symmons, 1641.
Notes:
Attributed to Henry Woolnor. Cf. BM.
Edited by E. Palmer. Cf. BM.
Reproduction of original in Cambridge University Library.
Imperfect: p. [12] partially illegible.
Subject terms:
Sin, Original -- Early works to 1800.
Soul -- Early works to 1800.
Theology, Doctrinal -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A67026.0001.001

Contents
title page
dedication
To the Reader.
The Contents of the severall Chapters hand∣led in this Treatise.
A TREATISE PHILOSOPHICALL, Containing The true Originall of the SOULE.
CHAPTER I. The use of this Question, and how it is to be handled.
CHAP. II. Whether the originall of the Soule may be perfectly knowne in this life.
CHAP. III. Diversitie of opinions about the na∣ture and the originall of the soule.
CHAP. IV. The state of the question propoun∣ded, with the chiefe difficulties on both sides.
CHAPTER V. The meane chosen, and the question resolved.
CHAP. VI. Scriptures to prove the soules im∣mediate creation, answered.
CHAP. VII. Reasons from the Scripture for the soules immediate Creation, an∣swered.
CHAP. VIII. Whether propagation can stand with the spirituall nature of the Soule.
CHAPTER IX. Whether the losse of seed be the losse of soules.
CHAPTER X. How one soule can proceede from two soules.
CHAP. XI. How the soule can be propagable, and yet indivisible.
CHAPTER XII. How the manner of conception can stand with the soules generation.
CHAP. XIII. Testimonies out of the old Testa∣ment, proving the soules pro∣pagation.
CHAP. XIV. Testimonies out of the new Testa∣ment, proving the soules pro∣pagation.
CHAPTER XV. The propagation proved from the Doctrine of Originall sinne.
CHAP. XVI. How the nature of the sin descen∣ding, confirmes the soules propa∣gation.
CHAP. XVII. That a new created soule, cannot justly be united to a sinfull body.
CHAP. XVIII. That a soule newly created by God, cannot be infected with Originall sinne.
CHAPTER XIX. That Originall sinne cannot passe but by propagation.
CHAP. XX. That Originall sin cannot be pro∣pagated, unlesse the whole man be.
CHAP. XXI. That the whole man cannot be pro∣pagated, unlesse the soule be.
CHAP. XXII. That the whole humanity of Christ, was taken from the Virgin.
CHAP. XXIII. That Christs humanitie was never clensed from sinne.
CHAPTER XXIV. How Christs Incarnation was free from corruption?
CHAP. XXV. Naturall reasons, proving the soules propagation.
CHAP. XXVI. Reasons from the nature of gene∣ration.
CHAP. XXVII. Reasons from the nature of the soule.
CHAP. XXVIII. Reasons from other considerations.
CHAP. XXIX. An answer to some objections a∣gainst this manner of propaga∣tion.
CHAP. XXX. The Conclusion, recapitulating the summe of the premisses.
A Compendious Table of matters concernable in this TREATISE.