|Author:||Cappel, Louis, 1585-1658.|
|Title:||The hinge of faith and religion: or, a proof of the deity against atheists and profane persons, by reason, and the testimony of Holy Scripture: the divinity of which is demonstrated, / by L. Cappel, Doctour and Professour in Divinity ; translated out of French by Philip Marinel, M.A. and fellow of Pembroke-College in Oxford.|
|Publication Info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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The hinge of faith and religion: or, a proof of the deity against atheists and profane persons, by reason, and the testimony of Holy Scripture: the divinity of which is demonstrated, / by L. Cappel, Doctour and Professour in Divinity ; translated out of French by Philip Marinel, M.A. and fellow of Pembroke-College in Oxford.
Cappel, Louis, 1585-1658., Marinel, Philip.
[London]: Printed for Thomas Dring, at the George near St. Dunstan's Church in Fleet-street, 1660.
|Alternate titles:||Piuot de la foy et religion. English|
God -- Proof
Bible -- Evidences, authority, etc.
To the WORSHIPFULL St-JOHN CHERNOCK, Esquire.
THE AUTHOURS PREFACE TO THE READER.
ATHEISME CONVICTED, AND PROFANENESSE CONFUTED, By the Light of Right Reason and by the Testimony of GOD and MEN.
CHAP. I. The reach of Atheisme, its first spring, di∣vers Branches of this Notorious Infidelity.
CHAP. II. Two Waies of Convincing A∣theisme, viz. by Argu∣ments and Authority.
CHAP. III. The second Argument against A∣thiesme, Drawn from the Order and Disposition of this World.
CHAP. IIII. A third Argument, Drawn from the Difference, which is between Vice and Vertue.
CHAP. V. The fourth Argument, Drawn from the disorder which is seen in Man, which Disorder, of necessity hath a beginning and an ending.
CHAP. VI. The fifth Argument drawn from a Providence that over-ruleth all hu∣mane things.
CHAP. VII. The Mistakes, and Childish over∣sights of Epicurus, who, though he acknowledges a Deity, yet de∣nies its Providence.
CHAP. VIII. The sixth Argument, Drawn from the Immortality of the soule.
Chap. IX. The seventh Argument, Drawn from the good and evill Conscience of men.
Chap. X The eighth Reason, drawn from Wizards, Magicians, Enchantours, and from all the Heathens Idolatry and Superstition.
CHAP. XI. Wherein are answered all the Objecti∣ons, that are brought against the foregoing Argument.
CHAP. XII. The ninth Argument, drawn from the Universal Consent of the World, That there is a Deity.
CHAP. XIII. The last Argument, Drawn from the Testimony of the Holy Scriptures; the Divinity of which is proved a∣gainst the Atheists.
CHAP. XIV. Wherein there follow some more Proofs of the Divinity of the Holy Scri∣ptures.
CHAP. XV. Wherein is contained a Confutation of the Atheists Arguments.