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Author: Wales, Elkanah, 1588-1669.
Title: Mount Ebal levell'd: or redemption from the curse. Wherein are discovered, 1. The wofull condition of sinners under the curse of the law. 2. The nature of the curse, what it is, with the symptomes of it, in its properties, and effects. 3. That wonderful dispensation of Christs becoming a curse for us. 4. The grace of redemption, wherein it stands, in opposition to some gross errors of the times, which darken the truth of it. 5. The excellent benefits, priviledges, comforts, and engagements to duty, which flow from it. By Elkanah Wales, M.A. preacher of the Gospel at Pudsey in York-shire.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Mount Ebal levell'd: or redemption from the curse. Wherein are discovered, 1. The wofull condition of sinners under the curse of the law. 2. The nature of the curse, what it is, with the symptomes of it, in its properties, and effects. 3. That wonderful dispensation of Christs becoming a curse for us. 4. The grace of redemption, wherein it stands, in opposition to some gross errors of the times, which darken the truth of it. 5. The excellent benefits, priviledges, comforts, and engagements to duty, which flow from it. By Elkanah Wales, M.A. preacher of the Gospel at Pudsey in York-shire.
Wales, Elkanah, 1588-1669.

London: Printed by R. Trott, for Tho. Johnson, at the Golden Key in St. Pauls Church-yard, 1659. [i.e. 1658]
Subject terms:
Sin
Redemption
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A96661.0001.001

Contents
title page
The Epistle Dedicatory. To the Right Honourable THOMAS Lord FAIRFAX.
To the Reader
TO THE READER.
To the Inhabitants of PUDSEY, LEEDS, and BRADFORD.
A TABLE OF THE CONTENTS.
Mount EBAL levell'd, OR, Redemption from the Curse.
CHAP. I. The introduction, shewing the coherence, scope, and summ of the Text, in three conclusions.
CHAP. II.
Sect. 1. The first Conclusion cleared in four pro∣positions.
Sect. 2. A more particular Enquire, what the Curse is, and wherein it stands
Sect. 3. Use. 1. & 2.
Sect. 4. Use 3d, & 4th.
Sect. 5. Ʋse 5 & 6.
Sect. 6. Ʋse 7 & 8.
Chap. 3.
Sect. 1. The second Conclusion; what this imports, that Christ was made a curse for us.
Sect. 2. Some usefull observations, tending to clear it further.
Sect. 3. Shewing by whom, or by what power, he was made a Curse.
Sect. 4. Use 1. Information in four particulars.
Sect. 5. Use 2. Exhortation in two branches.
Sect. 6. Use 3. Lamentation, that sinners put him to it still.
CHAP. IV.
Sect. 1. The third Conclusion, What Re∣demption is.
Sect. 2. Proof from Scripture-reason.
Sect. 3. An Objection, [If by Ransome, then not by Rescue,] Answered.
Sect. 4. Another Objection, It might have been done in an easier way, Answered.
CHAP. V. Use 1. Confutation of Papists and Socinians.
CHAP. VI. Use 2.
Sect. 1. 1 Information in six particulars.
Sect. 2. Three properties of Redemption, and three Be∣nefits issue from it.
Sect. 3. Other four benefits flowing from Redemption.
Sect. 4. Four precious priviledges of actual Redemption.
Sect. 5. Other three Priviledges by Redemption.
Sect. 6. Four priviledges more common?
CHAP. VII. Use 3.
Sect. 1. Consolation against sinnes, old and new severally.
Sect. 2. Comfort against inward terrours, reproaches of men, and outward afflictions.
CHAP. VIII. Use 4. Examination.
Sect. 1. The first mark of actual interest in Redemption.
Sect. 2. The second and third mark of interest in Redemption?
Sect. 3. Other three marks of interest in Redemption.
CHAP. IX. Use 5.
Sect. 1. Exhortation to sensless sinners.
Sect. 2. The way to get an actual Interest in Redemption.
CHAP. X.
Sect. 1. Exhortation to sensible sinners.
Sect. 3. Answer to three Objections more.
Sect. 4. Encouragements.
CHAP. XI.
Sect 1. Exhortation to the Redeemed, in two Duties.
Sect. 2. Third Duty.
Sect. 3. The fourth Duty.
Sect. 4. The fifth Dutie.
CHAP. XII. Use 6. Admonition.
BOOKS Printed, and sold by Thomas Johnson, at the Golden Key in St. Pauls-Church-yard.
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