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Author: Penington, Isaac, 1616-1679.
Title: An eccho from the great deep:: containing further inward openings, concerning divers other things, upon some whereof the principles and practises of the mad folks do much depend. As also the life, hope, safety and happiness of the seed of God, is pointed at; which through many dark, dismall, untrodden paths and passages (as particularly through an unthought of death and captivity) they shall at length be led unto. / Through Isaac Pennington (junior) Esq;.
Publication info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: An eccho from the great deep:: containing further inward openings, concerning divers other things, upon some whereof the principles and practises of the mad folks do much depend. As also the life, hope, safety and happiness of the seed of God, is pointed at; which through many dark, dismall, untrodden paths and passages (as particularly through an unthought of death and captivity) they shall at length be led unto. / Through Isaac Pennington (junior) Esq;.
Penington, Isaac, 1616-1679.

London: Printed by John Macock, and are to be sold by Giles Calvert neer the West end of Pauls, MDCL. [1650]
Subject terms:
Society of Friends
Quakers -- England
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A90389.0001.001

Contents
title page
To the Mad Folks.
Of the Difference between God and the Creature.
Of Good and Evil.
Of the Devil.
Of Righteousness, Holiness, and Happiness.
Of Redemption.
Of Faith.
Of Love.
Of Self-denyal.
Of CHRIST, FROM
Of the two Principles, Seeds or Creati∣ons, their different Natures, Motions, and Ends.
Of the New-Birth, whence Faith and Love flows, and to which Redemption with all the Priviledges of it appertain: FROM
Of the Excellent Nature of this Birth, or of the Child thus begotten, thus born: FROM
Of the Excellent Food, prepared for this New-born-Child, to nourish him, and cause him to grow; FROM
Some Properties which attend this New-born-Childe in his non∣age, while he is growing up to his inheritance; FROM
Of the Fathers care over this Childe, and his readiness to provide for him every thing he needs, FROM
A strange Occurrence, which may befall this Darling of God and of Christ, in his pilgrimage and travel towards his native Country, hidden in a Parable,
Of the Relation between Christ and his, and the Hold they have of each other; FROM
Of the New Covenant: FROM
The way to Life, which is through the death of that which we account and press after as life, and through the captivi∣ty of the Life it self; FROM
The Way to true Knowledg. FROM
Of the Seasons, varieties and changes in the inward World, which answer to the seasons, varieties and changes in the out∣ward World (which is a map or picture of them) according to the descrip∣tion given by that wise Observer of the Course of Nature.
The secret, hidden, most inward Voyce and Demeanor of Sion, in the time of her Captivity; FROM
The Ruine, Destruction, and utter De∣solation of Babylon, FROM
An Exhortation to such in whom the seed of life is sown, to wait for the growth and happy success of it; FROM
ERRATA'S.
The Contents.