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Author: Norton, John, 1606-1663.
Title: A brief and excellent treatise containing the doctrine of godliness, or living unto God.: Wherein the body of divinity is substantially proposed, and methodically digested, by way of question and answer. And, wherein sundry difficult points, much controverted in these times, are briefly and solidly determined, by that reverend and learned divine, Mr. John Norton, teacher of the church of God at Ipswich in New-England. Feb. 4. 1647. Imprimatur Joseph Caryl.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A brief and excellent treatise containing the doctrine of godliness, or living unto God.: Wherein the body of divinity is substantially proposed, and methodically digested, by way of question and answer. And, wherein sundry difficult points, much controverted in these times, are briefly and solidly determined, by that reverend and learned divine, Mr. John Norton, teacher of the church of God at Ipswich in New-England. Feb. 4. 1647. Imprimatur Joseph Caryl.
Norton, John, 1606-1663.

London: Printed by John Field for Edmund Paxton, and are to be sold at his shop in Pauls chain, over against the Castle Tavern near to the Doctors Commons, 1468 [i.e. 1648]
Subject terms:
Theology, Doctrinal -- Examinations, questions, etc.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A89734.0001.001

Contents
title page
THE PUBLISHER To the Courteous READER.
catechism
CHAP. I. Of the Sufficiency, and so of the Essence of GOD.
Of the Attributes.
CHAP. II. Hitherto of the Essence: now Of the Subsistence of GOD.
CHAP. III. Hitherto of the Sufficiency: now Of the Efficiency of GOD, and Apostacy of MAN.
CHAP. IV. Hitherto of Mans Apostacy or Fall from GOD: now Of Mans recovery, the Redeemer, and the Person of Christ.
CHAP. V. Hitherto of the Person: now Of the office of the Lord Iesus Christ.
CHAP. VI. Hitherto of the fitness to be a Redeemer: now Of the parts of Redemption.
CHAP. VII. Hitherto of Redemption: now Concerning the application of it, with the parts thereof.
CHAP. VIII. Hitherto of the application of Redemption considered in it self: now followeth The subject to which Redemption is applied.
CHAP. IX. Hitherto of the Subject to which Redemption is applyed: now follow The external means by which Redemption is applyed to the end of the world.
Of the second means of the Application of Redemption.
The third means of Application of Redemption.
Of Discipline, the fourth means, &c.
CHAP. X. Hitherto of Faith in God: now followeth Of obedience unto God.