|Author:||Polwheile, Theophilus, d. 1689.|
|Title:||Authentēs. Or A treatise of self-deniall.: Wherein the necessity and excellency of it is demonstrated; with several directions for the practice of it. / By Theophilus Polwheile, M.A. sometimes of Emmanuel Colledge in Cambridge, now teacher of the Church at Teverton in Devon.|
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Authentēs. Or A treatise of self-deniall.: Wherein the necessity and excellency of it is demonstrated; with several directions for the practice of it. / By Theophilus Polwheile, M.A. sometimes of Emmanuel Colledge in Cambridge, now teacher of the Church at Teverton in Devon.
Polwheile, Theophilus, d. 1689.
London: Printed for Thomas Johnson, and are to be sold by Richard Scott book-seller in Carlisle, 1658.
To the Readers, Those especially of my present Congregation in Teverton.
To not only the Christi∣an Reader, but to any Reader that hath a mind, or if not, that hee may have a mind to be a Christian, and that not only in shew but in truth, not only in word but in deed.
A Table of the several Chap∣ters and Sections in the follow∣ing Treatise.
SECT. I. The Introduction to the Text.
SECT. II. The Occasion of it.
SECT. III. The Division.
SECT. IV. The Explication.
CHAP. II The Doctrine.
SECT. I. Shewing what is meant by Self.
SECT. II. Shewing what it is to deny Self more generally.
SECT. III. Shewing what it is to deny Self more particularly.
SUBSECT. I. Of denying Self in respect of inherent Grace.
SUBSECT II. Of Denying-self in respect of Common-Gifts.
SƲB-SECT. III. Of Denying Self in good Works.
SVBSECT. IV. Of denying Self in respect of worldly Enjoyments.
SVBSECT. V. Of denying Self in respect of worldly Sufferings.
SVBSECT. VI. Of denying Self in respect of our Relations.
CHAP. III. The Demonstration.
CHAP. IV. The Application,
SECT. I. Of Information.
I Amongst Ministers.
II. Amongst Magistrates.
III. Amongst Husbands.
IV. Amongst Wives.
V. Amongst Parents.
VI. Amongst Children.
VII. Amongst Masters.
VIII. Amongst Servants.
IX. Amongst Buyers.
X. Amongst Sellers.
SECT. II. Of Exhortation.
SVBSECT. I. Motives to Self-denial from the excellency of it.
The first Excellency of Self-denial.
The Third Excellency of Self-denial.
The Fourth excellency of Self-denial.
The Fifth excellency of Self-denial.
The Sixth Excellency of Self-denial.
The seventh Excellency of Self-denial.
The eighth Excellency of Self-denial.
The Ninth Excellency of Self-denial.
The tenth Excellency of Self-denial.
The Eleventh Excellency of Self-denial.
SUBSECT. II. Directions for the Practice of Self-denial.
The first Direction.
The second Direction.
The third Direction.
The fourth Direction.
The Fifth Direction.
The Sixth Direction.
The Seventh Direction.
The Eighth Direction.
The Ninth Direction.
The Tenth Direction.
The Eleventh Direction.
The Twelfth Direction.
The Thirteenth Direction.
The Fourteenth Direction.
The Fifteenth Direction.
The Sixteenth Direction.
The Seventeenth Direction.
The Eighteenth Direction.
The Nineteenth Direction.
The Twentieth Direction.
Books Printed, and sold by Tho. Johnson, at the Golden Key in St. Pauls-Church-yard.
A Table of the Scriptures briefly opened and illu∣strated in the foregoing TREATISE.
Errata ita poterunt emendari.