|Author:||Taylor, Thomas, 1576-1632.|
|Title:||The works of that faithful servant of Jesus Christ, Dr. Thom. Taylor, sometimes minister of the gospel in Aldermanbury, London. Published by himself in his life time, in several smaller volumes, now collected together into three volumes in fol. two of which are here bound together. [pt.1]|
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2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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The works of that faithful servant of Jesus Christ, Dr. Thom. Taylor, sometimes minister of the gospel in Aldermanbury, London. Published by himself in his life time, in several smaller volumes, now collected together into three volumes in fol. two of which are here bound together. [pt.1]
Taylor, Thomas, 1576-1632.
London: printed by Tho. Ratcliffe, for John Bartlet the elder, sometimes living at the Gilt Cup in the Goldsmiths Row in Cheapside, now in the New-buildings on the south-side of Pauls neer St. Austins Gate, 1659.
To the Right Worthy and Noble Knight, Sir Francis Knollis, and the vertuous Lady Lettice, his Wife; All blessings of this Life and a better.
A Threefold Alphabet of Rules concerning CRISTIAN PRACTICE.
The Analysis of Christs Temptations.
AN EXPOSITION OF Christ's Temptations.
AN Alphabetical Index OR TABLE, Pointing To the Principal Points in this Exposition.
TO THE RIGHT VVORSHIPFVL Sir JAMES ALTHAM, Knight, one of the Barons of his Majesties Court of Exchequor; AND Sir CHARLS MORRISON, Knight Baronet, TWO VVorthy Justices and Magistrates of the Town of Watfort in Hartfordshire: Grace, Peace, and abun∣dance of all Blessings accompanying Salvation.
AN EXPOSITION UPON S. Peters Sermon BEFORE CORNELIUS.
ACTS 10.34, &c.
And healed all that were oppressed of the Devil: for God was with him.
And caused that he was shewed openly.
An Alphabetical Table, to lead the Reader more easily unto the things contained in this Exposition.
TO THE Right Honourable and Learned Knight Sir ROBERT NANTON One of the Principal Secretaries unto His Ex∣cellent Majesty, and of his Majesties Honourable Privy Counsel, All the Blessings of this Life, and a better.
CHAP. I. The ground of the ensuing Treatise.
CHAP. II. What Circumspect Walking is, and wherein it consisteth.
CHAP. III. Of the next Words of the Apostle, further explaining Circumspect Walking. Not as unwise, but as wise.
CHAP. IV. Proving strict walking to be the wisest walking.
CHAP. V. Describing some means to attain this Wisdome.
CHAP. VI. Loading into the particular Rules of Christian Wisdome, with the general distribution of them.
CHAP. VIII. Containing Rules of Wisdome concerning the Inner man; and first of the Mind, Thoughts, and Will.
CHAP. IX. Rules for the Conscience.
CHAP. X. Rules of Wisdome concerning the Affections.
CHAP. XI. Rules of Wisdome for the outward man, and first concerning his Calling.
CHAP. XII. Rules of Wisdome concerning a mans estate, and first for adversity.
CHAP. XIII. Rules of Wisdome for Prosperity.
CHAP. XIV. Rules to carry our speeches wisely, as those that aim at the Apostolical rule of Christians circumspection.
CHAP. XV. Motives to look to our Tongue.
CHAP. XVI. Rules of Wisdome concerning our actions, that in all of them wee may shew forth Chrstian prudence and circumspection; and first in general.
CHAP. XVII. Rules to carry works of Mercy wisely.
CHAP. XVIII. Rules for Works and Actions of Justice: In first, The Ground: Second∣ly, Moderation.
CHAP. XIX. Rules of Wisdome for Justice, First, Commutative. Secondly, Distri∣butive. Thirdly, Promissive. Fourthly, Retributive.
CHAP. XX. Rules of Wisdome for our own necessary actions, in respect of their first, Order. Secondly, Subject.
CHAP. XXI. Rules for necessary actions, in respect of the meanes, and the order of the two Tables.
CHAP. XXII. Rules of Wisdome for necessary actions in respect of the scope and bin∣ding of them.
CHAP. XXIII. Rules for actions indifferent: first, In general.
CHAP. XXIV. Special Rules for Meat and Drink.
I. Rules for Eating and Drinking.
CHAP. XXV. Rules for the right ordering of our selves in our sports.
CHAP. XXVI. Rules of wisdome concerning our Apparel.
CHAP. XXVII. Concerning Ornament in Apparel: Wherein three Questions are resolved.
CHAP. XXVIII. Rules for our carriage towards all men in general.
CHAP. XXIX. Rules of walking wisely towards good men.
CHAP. XXX. Rules how to walk wisely towards evil men; First, In general.
CHAP. XXXI. Rules how to walk wisely towards evil men, in special: And first for Scorners.
CHAP. XXXII. Rules to carry our selves wisely towards evil men, eviy affected to us.
CHAP. XXXIII. Containing motives for Circumspect walking.
CHAP. XXXIV. Answering Objections against Circumspect walking.
CHAP. XXXV. Marks of a man walking Circumspectly.