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Author: Vilvain, Robert, 1575?-1663.
Title: Theoremata theologica: = Theological treatises.: Octo theses theologicæ: eight theses of divinity. 1. Animæ humanæ productio: Production of mans soul. 2. Puræ Dei prædestinatio: Divine predestination. 3. Verum ecclesiæ regimen: The tru [sic] church regiment. 4. Prædictiones de Messia: Predictions of Messias. 5. Duæ Christi genealogiæ: Christs two genealogies. 6. Apocalypsis patefacta: The revelation reveled. 7. Christi regnum in terra: Christs millenar reign. 8. Mundi hujus dissolutio: The worlds dissolution. / Complied or collected by Rob. Vilvain. Price at press in sheets 3 .s.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Theoremata theologica: = Theological treatises.: Octo theses theologicæ: eight theses of divinity. 1. Animæ humanæ productio: Production of mans soul. 2. Puræ Dei prædestinatio: Divine predestination. 3. Verum ecclesiæ regimen: The tru [sic] church regiment. 4. Prædictiones de Messia: Predictions of Messias. 5. Duæ Christi genealogiæ: Christs two genealogies. 6. Apocalypsis patefacta: The revelation reveled. 7. Christi regnum in terra: Christs millenar reign. 8. Mundi hujus dissolutio: The worlds dissolution. / Complied or collected by Rob. Vilvain. Price at press in sheets 3 .s.
Vilvain, Robert, 1575?-1663.

London: Printed by R. Hodgkinsonne (for the author) and are to be sold at his Hous in Thames-street neer Baynards-Castle, A.D. 1654.
Subject terms:
Theology, Doctrinal
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A95924.0001.001

Contents
title page
poems
Mendae omissae emendandae: The Errats to be emended.
coat of arms
half title
Summa octo Theorematum: A Summary of eght Theses.
Questiones Emergentes: Questions on the Theses.
Epistola gratulabunda: An Epistle gratulatory.
Proloquium ad Lectores: A Preamble to al Readers.
Articuli Fidei Anglicae: 39 Articles of our Faith.
Articuli Lambethae cusi. The Articles of Lambeth.
Animadversio apposita: A usefull Animadversion.
THESIS I.
Appendix Additionalis. An additional Appendix.
THESIS II.
Reprobatio ex praevisis. Reprobation foreknown.
THESIS III.
Gaudenus de Episcopatu: Gauden about Episcopat.
Supplementum mutuatum: A supply taken from many.
THESIS IIII.
Supplementum Pietatis. In the Practise of Piety.
Postscriptum sacratum: A very pious Postscript.
THES. V.
THESIS VI.
Clavis Appellativorum. The Key of Terms or names.
Analysis Apocalypseos: The Apocalyps Analysed.
Medi Clavis & Expositio: Med's Key and Exposition.
Commentarii Compendium: The Brief of his Commentary.
Commentarii Compendium: A Compend of the Comment.
Monitio pro Catholicis: A warning for Catholics.
Germani Doctoris aucta: A German Doctors supply.
THESIS VII.
Medi Paraphrasis acuta: Medes witty Paraphrase.
THESIS VIII.
SƲPPLEMENTA SƲBJƲNCTA SUPPLEMENTS SUBIOYNED Supplementum de Festis: A Supply about holy Dais. Festa Christi sacranda: Christian Fests sacred. Natalis Christi Festum: Christs Birth-days Fest.
The two debats (touching Name and Thing) about, celebrating Essay. Christ was fairly agitated.
Additio de Anima Humana: An Addition of Mans Soul
Politia Ecclesiastica: An Ecclesiastic Polity.
De regno Fidelium aterno: Of Saints eternal reign.
De aeterno Christi regno: Of Christs eternal reign
Specimina diversimoda: Several sorts of Essais.
De Regno purae Caliginis: Of pure Darknes Kingdom.
Domino Hobso Epigramma: An Essay to Master Hobbs.
Postscripta subjuncta: Postscripts subnected.
Valedictio ad Lectores: A Farewel to the Readers.
Postscriptum dc Formis. A Postscript of al Forms.