|Author:||Russel, Richard, theological writer.|
|Title:||The spirit of God in man,: making manifest the hidden things of darkness to man. Being divine teachings, whereby the Lord alone is exalted, and the pride of fleshly glory discovered, / by the shining light of Christ in and through Richard Russel.|
|Publication Info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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The spirit of God in man,: making manifest the hidden things of darkness to man. Being divine teachings, whereby the Lord alone is exalted, and the pride of fleshly glory discovered, / by the shining light of Christ in and through Richard Russel.
Russel, Richard, theological writer.
London: Printed by T. Lock, living in Seacole-Lane neer the sign of the George, 1654.
The Epistle to the READER.
THE SPIRIT OF GOD in MAN.
Epistle I. Concerning what Man was, and by Creation is, and how he fel; and also a word of the Divine Mysterie.
Epist. II. Concerning our Restitution, Captivity, San∣ctification, Ascension and Ʋnion.
Epist. III. Concerning seven dispensations, which hath, and shall be fulfilled in their end of time.
Epist. IV. A discovery of the Reign of the Beast of Baby∣lons City, which hath made the nations drunk with wine of her fornication.
Epist: V. Concerning a further discovery of Antichrist in man, and of the Spirit of God in man, discovering that Antichrist what he is, and where he rules.
Epist. VI. Of an heavenly estate of things in the new Ierusalem, in man, and of the death of the Creature in an estate below God.
Epist. VII. Concerning a word of exhortation to Christi∣ans to support the bruised Reed, that the smoaking flax may be set on fire in these Gospel-times.