|Author:||Savonarola, Girolamo, 1452-1498.|
|Title:||The verity of Christian faith written by Hierome Savanorola [sic] of Ferrara.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
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The verity of Christian faith written by Hierome Savanorola [sic] of Ferrara.
Savonarola, Girolamo, 1452-1498.
London: Printed by R. Daniel, 1651.
|Alternate titles:||Triumphus crucis Liber 2. English Triumph of the crosse|
A translation of the second book of Savonarola's "Triumphus crucis".
Added t.p. on prelim. p.  of copy at reel 649:7 reads: The triumph of the crosse, or, Of the verity of faith.
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TO THE CHRISTIAN Reader zealous of Truth, and de∣sirous of Salvation: A. P. wisheth the knowledge of the one in this life, and the fruition of the o∣ther in the life to come.
An Advertisement in the read∣ing of the XIII. Chapter of the Verity of Christian Faith.
Errata's in the Profit of Believing.
This Golden Treatise is fitly divided into five Parts.
Vincentius Lirinensis FOR The Antiquity and Ʋniversality of the Catholick Faith against the prophane Novelties of all Heresies.
A Recapitulation of all that hath been said in the for∣mer two books.
The triumph of the Crosse, or, of the verity of Faith.
CHAP. I. That there is a true Religion.
CHAP. II. There are two sorts of Divine Worship.
CHAP. III. That there is no better life then that of Christians.
CHAP. IV. There cannot be imagined the last end of any life better then that of Christians.
CHAP. V. There can be no better means to at∣tain unto eternall blisse, then a Christian life.
CHAP. VI. By Christian Religion man most as∣suredly obtains eternall blisse.
CHAP. VII. The truth of Christian Faith is pro∣ved by being the cause of a virtu∣ous life.
CHAP. VIII. That Christian Doctrine containing the Grounds of Faith is from God.
CHAP. IX. Christian Faith proved true out of their use of Prayer and Con∣templation.
CHAP. X. The same Verity proved out of the exteriour worship of Christians.
CHAP. XI. The same Verity proved out of the intrinsecall effects of Christian life.
CHAP. XII. The same truth proved out of the ex∣trinsecal effects of Christian life.
CHAP. XIII. The same confirmed by the wonder∣full works of Christ, and first by his Power.
CHAP. XIIII. The same concluded out of the Wis∣dome of Christ.
CHAP. XV. The same Verity confirmed out of the Goodnesse of Christ.
CHAP. XVI. The same proved out of the Power, Wisdome and Goodnesse of Christ altogether.
The Felicity of a CHRISTIAN LIFE.
The I. Conclusion.
The II. Conclusion.
The III. Conclusion.
The IV. Conclusion.
The V. Conclusion.
The VI. Conclusion.
The VII. Conclusion.
The VIII. Conclusion.
The IX. Conclusion.
The X. Conclusion.
The XI. Conclusion
The XII. Conclusion.
The XIII. Conclusion.
The XIIII Conclusion.
The XV. Conclusion.
The XVI Conclusion.
The XVII. Conclusion.
The XVIII. Conclusion.
The XIX. Conclusion.
The Preface, To the well-disposed READER.
The Profit of Believing.
CHAP. I. How Saint Augustine came to be deceived by the Manichees.
CHAP. II. That the Manichees do condemn the old Testament.
CHAP. III. Of the four wayes of expounding the Old Testament.
CHAP. IV. Of three wayes whereby men fall into errour.
CHAP. V, Of the truth of the Holy Scripture.
CHAP. VI. That the holy Scripture is first to be loved before it can be learned.
CHAP. VII. That we ought not to judge rash∣ly of the holy Scriptures: and how and with what care and diligence the true Religion is to be sought for.
CHAP. VIII. Of the way to the instruction of pi∣ety, and of the wonderfull paint Saint Augustine took to find it out.
CHAP. IX. Of Credulity.
CHAP. X. Why credulity is the way to Religion.
CHAP. XI. Of Ʋnderstanding Belief and Opinion.
CHAP. XII. That it is the safest way to Be∣lieve Wise men.
CHAP. XIII. That Religion takes her beginning from Believing.
CHAP. XIV. That Christ himself chiefly exa∣cted belief.
CHAP. XV. Of the most cemmodious way to Religion.
CHAP. XVI. That Miracles do procure Belief.
CHAP. XVII. The Cousent of Nations beleeving in Christ.
CHAP. XVIII. The Conclusion by way of ex∣hortation,
Aurelius Augustin TO Paulin Bishop, Concerning Care for the Dead,