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Author: Weemes, John, 1579?-1636.
Title: A treatise of the foure degenerate sonnes viz. the atheist the magician the idolater¨ and the Iew. VVherein are handled many profitable questions concerning atheisme, witchcraft, idolatry, and Iudaisme: and sundry places of Scripture, cleared out of the originall tongues. Being the fourth volume, of the Workes of Mr. Ioh. Weemse of Lathocker in Scotland, and Prebend of Dunelm.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A treatise of the foure degenerate sonnes viz. the atheist the magician the idolater¨ and the Iew. VVherein are handled many profitable questions concerning atheisme, witchcraft, idolatry, and Iudaisme: and sundry places of Scripture, cleared out of the originall tongues. Being the fourth volume, of the Workes of Mr. Ioh. Weemse of Lathocker in Scotland, and Prebend of Dunelm.
Weemes, John, 1579?-1636.

London: Printed by Thomas Cotes and are to be sold by Iohn Bellamie, dwelling at the three golden Lyons in Corne-hill, neere the Royall Exchange, 1636.
Alternate titles: Works. Vol. 4
Notes:
The words "the atheist the magician" and "the idolater¨ and the Iew." are enclosed in square brackets on title page.
The last two leaves contain a prayer by Théodore de Bèze and errata.
Identified as part of STC 25209 on UMI microfilm reel 1589.
Reproductions of the original in the Union Theological Seminary (New York, N.Y.). Library.
Appears at reel 1562 and at reel 1589 (same copy filmed twice).
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A68868.0001.001

Contents
title page
TO THE RIGHT HONOV∣RABLE, AND RIGHT REVE∣REND FATHER IN GOD, WILLIAM Lord Bishop of London, and Lord High Trea∣surer of England, &c.
An Alphabeticall Table, wherein are contained the chiefe matters and principle heads of the whole Treatise, together with the Hebrew and Greeke Words.
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A TREATISE OF THE FOVRE DEGENERATE SONNES, The ATHEIST, the MAGITIAN, the IDOLATER, and the IEVV.
Of the first degenerate sonne the ATHEIST.
SECT. 1. Of the causes which leades men into Atheisme.
SECT. 2. Of the diverse wayes how the word Atheist is taken; and of the sundrie sort of Atheists.
SECT. 3. Of Superstition.
Of the second degenerate Son the MAGITIAN.
SECT. 1. How Satan hath abused the most part of the world by his Magicke and Sorcerie.
SECT. 2. How fearefull a sinne it is to enter in covenant with the devill.
SECT. 3. Of the sorts of Covenants made with the devill, first of the direct covenant, and then of the indirect.
SECT. 4. In what manner Satan appeares to those with whom he enters into the direct covenant.
SECT. 5. What is Magicke, and who are Magitians.
SECT. 6. Of the indirect covenant with the devill.
SECT. 7. Of the diverse sorts of divination.
SECT. 8. Of divination of things on Earth, and first of dreames.
SECT. 9. Of Lots.
SECT. 9. De augurio, or of the divining by soules.
SECT. 10. Of the power of the devill, what Satan can doe by himselfe, and by his instruments.
SECT. 12. Of the knowledge of the devils, and of their predicti∣ons of things to come.
SECT. 13. Of the craft of the Devill.
SECT. 14. Of the crueltie and malice of the devill.
SECT. 15. By what meanes Satan is to be resisted.
SECT. 16. That Sorcerers and Witches should be put to death.
Of the third degenerate Son, the IDOLATER.
SECT. 1. Of the beginning of Idolatry.
SECT. 2. How great a sinne this sinne of Idolatrie is.
SECT. 3. Of the division of Idolaters.
SECT. 4. Of the effects of Idolatry.
SECT. 5. Of the progresse of Idolatrie.
SECT. 6. Of the increase and decrease of Idolatrie in the family of Jacob.
OF The fourth degenerate Son, the JEW, who killed his Father.
SECT. 1. Of the threefold estate of the Iewes, and first when they were gnammi my people.
SECT. 2. The second estate of the Iewes when they are lo∣gnammi not my people.
SECT. 3. Of a threefold error concerning Christ.
SECT. 4 Reasons proving against the Jewes that Christ is come.
SECT. 5. Of the horrible crueltie of the Jewes in killing the Lord of Life.
SECT. 6. Of the fearefull curses that befell the Jewes since they killed the Lord of life.
SECT. 6. Whether the Jewes are to be suffered in a Christi∣an common wealth or not?
SECT. 8. Of the lets and hinderances of the conversion of the Jewes.
SECT. 8. Of the third estate of the Jewes when they shall be Ruchama, and first of their calling againe.
SECT. 9. Of the manner of the calling of the Jewes
SECT. 10. Of the end of the calling of the Jewes.
SECT. 10. The reasons why the Christians should be so earnest for the conversion of the Jewes.
SECT. 11. How thankefull the Jewes should bee to God for their conversion againe.
The prayer of THEODORVS BEZA, for the conversion of the Iewes.
affirmation
Errata.