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Author: Tipping, William, 1598-1649.
Title: A discourse of eternitie collected and composed for the common good, by W.T.
Publication info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)

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Print source: A discourse of eternitie collected and composed for the common good, by W.T.
Tipping, William, 1598-1649.

Oxford: Printed by Ioh: Lichfield, for William Webbe, An. D. 1633.
Subject terms:
Eternity -- Early works to 1800.
Christian life -- Early works to 1800.

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book 1
THE FIRST CHAPTER Containing an Introduction to the ensuing Discourse.
CHAP. II. Containing a description of Eternitie, with a briefe declaration of the nature and condition of it.
CHAP. III. Expressing how all men doe naturally beleeue this Eternity.
CAP. IV. Explaining how Nature hath represented and shaddowed out Eternity to vs in some of the creatures.
CHAP. V. Containing a short digression touching the eternity of the damned.
CAP. 6. Wherein the question is answered wherefore a finite sinne, is recompensed with an infinite punish∣ment, wherein also is farther shewed that the severity of Gods iustice therein doth no waie diminish the greatnesse of his mercy,
CHAP. I. Containing an Exhortation to holinesse grounded vpon the consideration of Eternity.
CHAP. II. Shewing that there is no other way nor possible meanes to attaine to the true eternity, but by a confident affiance vpon the mercy of God in Christ.
CHAP. III. Certaine conclusions drawne from the serious and devoute consideration of Eternity.
The first conclusion.
The second conclusion.
The third conclusion.
The fourth conclusion.
The fift conclusion.
The sixt conclusion.
These faults are to be corrected in some Copies.