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Author: Senault, Jean-François, 1601-1672.
Title: The Christian man: or, The reparation of nature by grace.: VVritten in French by John Francis Senault; and now Englished.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The Christian man: or, The reparation of nature by grace.: VVritten in French by John Francis Senault; and now Englished.
Senault, Jean-François, 1601-1672.

London: Printed for M.M. G. Bedell, and T.C. and are to be sold at their shop at the Middle-Temple-gate in Fleetstreet, 1650.
Alternate titles: Homme chrestien. English
Subject terms:
Christian life
Grace (Theology)
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A92898.0001.001

Contents
title page
AN ADVERTISEMENT To the READER.
The PREFACE.
A TABLE OF THE TREATISES & DISCOURSES.
THE CHRISTIAN MAN: OR, The Reparation of NATURE BY GRACE.
The first TREATISE. Of the Christian's Birth.
The first DISCOURSE. That the Christian hath a double Birth.
The second DISCOURSE. To make Man a Christian, he must be Renew'd, Rege∣nerate, and rais'd from the Dead.
The Third DISCOURSE. That the chiefest Mysteries of Jesus Christ are ap∣plyed to the Christian in his Birth.
The fourth DISCOURSE. That Grace is communicated to the Christian in his Regeneration, as Sin is communicated to Man in his Generation.
The Fifth DISCOURSE. Of the Resemblances that are found between the Birth of Christ, and that of a Christian.
The Sixth DISCOURSE. Of the Adoption of Christians and the advantages it hath above the Adoption of Men.
The Seventh DISCOURSE. Of the Allyances the Christian contracts at his Birth, with the divine Persons.
The Eighth DISCOURSE. Of the principall Effects Baptism produceth in the CHRISTIAN.
The Ninth DISCOURSE. Of the Obligations of Christians in pursuance of their Birth.
The Tenth DISCOURSE. The Regeneration of a Christian takes not away all that he drew from his first Generation.
The Second TREATISE. Of the Spirit of a Christian.
The first DISCOURSE. That every Body hath its Spirit; and what that of the Churches is.
The second DISCOURSE. That the Holy Ghost is the Heart of the Church.
The Third DISCOURSE. That the Holy Spirit is in some sort the same to Christi∣ans, that hee is to the Father and the Son from all Eternity.
The Fourth DISCOURSE. That the Holy Ghost seems to be to Christians, what he is to the Son of God.
The Fifth DISCOURSE. That the presence of the Holy Spirit gives life to the Christian, and his absence causeth his death.
The sixth DISCOURSE. That the Holy Spirit teacheth the Christian to pray.
The Seventh DISCOURSE. That the Holy Spirit remits the Sins of the Chri∣stian.
The Eighth DISCOURSE. That the CHRISTIAN in his Infirmities is assisted by the strength of the Holy SPIRIT.
The Ninth DISCOURSE. That the HOLYSPIRIT is the CHRI∣STIANS Comforter.
The Tenth DISCOURSE. Of the CHRISTIAN's Ingratitude towards the Holy SPIRIT.
The Third TREATISE. Of the Christians Head.
The first DISCOURSE. That the CHRISTIAN hath two Heads, ADAM, and JESUS CHRIST.
The Second DISCOURSE. Of the Excellencies of the Christians Head, and the advantages they draw from thence.
The Third DISCOURSE. Of the strict Ʋnion of the Head with the Members, and of that of Jesus Christ with Christians.
The Fourth DISCOURSE. That the Vnion of Christians with their Head is an Imitation of the Hypostaticall Vnion.
The Fifth DISCOURSE. That Jesus Christ treats his Mysticall Body with as much Charity as his Naturall Body.
The Sixt DISCOURSE. That the Church is the Spouse of Jesus Christ, be∣cause she is his Body, and of the Community of their Marriage.
The Seventh DISCOURSE. That the quality of the Members of Jesus Christ is no more advantageous to Christians, then that of the Brethren of Jesus Christ.
The Eight DISCOURSE. That Jesus Christ hath taken all the infirmities of his Members, and his Members have drawn all their strength from him.
The Ninth DISCOURSE. Of the duties of Christians as Members, toward Jesus Christ as their Head.
The Tenth DISCOURSE. That all is common among Christians as among Mem∣bers of the same Body.
The Fourth TREATISE. Of the Grace of a Christian.
The first DISCOURSE. That Predestination upon which Grace depends is a hidden Mystery.
The Second DISCOURSE. Of the Necessity of Grace in the state of Innocence; and of Sin.
The Third DISCOURSE. That the Grace of a Christian ought to be more powerfull then that of Adam.
The Fourth DISCOURSE. Different Opinions of the Power of the Christians Grace.
The Fift DISCOURSE. Wherein precisely consists the power of Effectuall Grace.
The Sixt DISCOURSE. That the names Saint Augustine gives Christian Grace, bear witness 'tis effectuall.
The Seventh DISCOURSE. That we may judge of the power of Grace over the Chri∣stian, by that of Concupiscence over the Sinner.
The Eighth DISCOURSE. That Effectuall Grace destroyes not Sufficient Grace.
The Ninth DISCOURSE. Answers to some Objections that are made against Effectuall Grace.
A Prosecution of the same DISCOURSE; Wherein some other Objections against Effectual Grace are answered.
The Tenth DISCOURSE. That the Christian findes more rest in placing his Sal∣vation in Grace, then in his Liberty.
The Fifth TREATISE. Of the Vertues of a Christian.
The first DISCOURSE. In what Christian Vertue consists.
The Second DISCOURSE. Of the Division of the Vertues of a Christian.
The Third DISCOURSE. Of the Excellency and Necessity of Faith.
The Fourth DISCOURSE. Of the Hope of a Christian.
The Fifth DISCOURSE. The Description of Christian Charity.
The Sixth DISCOURSE. Of the Properties and Effects of Charity.
The Seventh DISCOURSE. Of the Prudence, Justice, Fortitude, and Temperance of a Christian.
The Eighth DISCOURSE. Of the Humility of a Christian.
The Ninth DISCOURSE. Of the Repentance of a Christian.
The Tenth DISCOURSE. Of the Renunciation and Self-denial of a Chri∣stian.
The Sixth TREATISE. Of the Nourishment and Sacrifice of the Chri∣stian.
The first DISCOURSE. Of Three Nourishments answering the Three Lives of a Christian.
The Second DISCOURSE. Of the Nourishment of Innocent Man; and of that of Man a Christian.
The Third DISCOURSE. That the Body of Jesus Christ is the same to the Chri∣stian, that Manna was to the Jews.
The Fourth DISCOURSE. That this Nourishment gives the Christian what∣ever the Devil promised Innocent Man, if he did eat of the Forbidden Fruit.
The Fifth DISCOURSE. That this Nourishment unites the Christian with the Son of God.
The Sixth DISCOURSE. Of the dispositions the Christian ought to bring with him to receive this Nourishment.
The Seventh DISCOURSE. That the Christian owes God the Honour of a Sa∣crifice.
The Eighth DISCOURSE. That the Christian stood in need that the Son of God should offer for him the Sacrifice of the Cross and of the Altar.
The Ninth DISCOURSE. Of the difference between these two Sacrifices; and what the Christian receives in the one, and in the other.
The Tenth DISCOURSE. Of the Obligation the Christian hath to sacrifice himself to God.
The Seventh TREATISE. Of the Qualities of the Christian.
The first DISCOURSE. That the Christian is the Image of Jesus Christ.
The Second DISCOURSE. That the Christian is a Priest and a Sacrifice.
The Third DISCOURSE. That the Christian is a Souldier and a Conqueror.
The Fourth DISCOURSE. That the Christian is a King and a Slave.
The fifth DISCOURSE. That the Christian is a Saint.
The Sixth DISCOURSE. That the Christian is a Martyr.
The Seventh DISCOURSE. That the Christian is a Lover.
The Eight DISCOURSE. That the Christian is an Exile and a Pilgrim.
The Ninth DISCOURSE. That the Christian is a Penitent.
The Tenth DISCOURSE. That the most glorious Quality of a Christian, is that of a Christian.
The Eighth TREATISE. Of the Happinesse of a Christian.
The first DISCOURSE. That every man desires to be Happy; and that he cannot be so but in God.
The Second DISCOURSE. That the perfect Felicity of a Christian cannot be found in this world.
The Third DISCOURSE. That the Christian tastes some Happiness here belowe.
The Fourth DISCOURSE. That Happinesse consists not in Pleasure, but in Grief.
The Fifth DISCOURSE. That Happiness is rather found in Poverty then in Riches.
The sixth DISCOURSE. That the Happinesse of a Christian upon Earth, con∣sists in Humility rather then in Glory.
The Seventh DISCOURSE. That Felicity is found rather in obedience then in command.
The Eighth DISCOURSE. What is the Happinesse of a Christian in Heaven, and wherein it consists.
The Ninth DISCOURSE. That the Christians Soul and Body shall finde their Perfection in Beatitude.
The Tenth DISCOURSE. Of the Miracles which are found in the Beatitude of a Christian.