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Author: Böhme, Jakob, 1575-1624.
Title: Concerning the election of grace. Or Of Gods will towards man. Commonly called predestination.: That is, how the texts of Scripture are to be understood which treat of fallen lost Adam, and of the new birth from Christ. Being a short declaration and introduction concerning the highest ground, shewing how man may attain divine skill and knowledge. Written in the German tongue, anno 1623. / By Jacob Behme. Teutonicus philosophus.
Publication info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Concerning the election of grace. Or Of Gods will towards man. Commonly called predestination.: That is, how the texts of Scripture are to be understood which treat of fallen lost Adam, and of the new birth from Christ. Being a short declaration and introduction concerning the highest ground, shewing how man may attain divine skill and knowledge. Written in the German tongue, anno 1623. / By Jacob Behme. Teutonicus philosophus.
Böhme, Jakob, 1575-1624., Sparrow, John, 1615-1665?

London: Printed by John Streater, for Giles Calvert, and John Allen, and are to be sold at their shops, at the Black-spread-Eagle at the west end of Pauls; and at the Sun Rising in Paul's Church-Yard in the new buildings between the two north doores, 1655.
Alternate titles: Von der Gnadenwahl. English
Subject terms:
Predestination
Grace (Theology)
Bible
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A76946.0001.001

Contents
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A Short Exposition of the foregoing Table concern∣ing God Revealed or Manifested; shewing how he perpetually generateth and breatheth forth Himself from Himself: and how this Table is to be understood.
table 1
ABYSSE. 1. NOTHING & ALL THINGS.
2. Will of the Abysse.
3. Longing Delight or Impression.
4. Science, Root, or Mo∣bility.
5. God in Trinity.
6. WORD.
7. Wisdom.
The Beginning of the Myste∣rium Magnum, or Eternal NATUR.
8. The Second Principle.
9. The First Principle.
10. Tincture.
I. Desire.
II. Sting or Science.
III. Anguish.
IV. Fire.
V. Lovefire.
11. Angel.
VI. Sound.
VII. Substance.
12. Pure Element.
13. Paradise.
table 3
14. The Beginning of the Outward World.
15. Heaven.
16. Quinta Essentia.
17. Four Elements.
18. Earthly Creatures.
The Reader is desired to mend these faults with his Pen before he read the Book.