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Author: Hakewill, George, 1578-1649.
Title: An apologie of the povver and prouidence of God in the gouernment of the world. Or An examination and censure of the common errour touching natures perpetuall and vniuersall decay diuided into foure bookes: whereof the first treates of this pretended decay in generall, together with some preparatiues thereunto. The second of the pretended decay of the heauens and elements, together with that of the elementary bodies, man only excepted. The third of the pretended decay of mankinde in regard of age and duration, of strength and stature, of arts and wits. The fourth of this pretended decay in matter of manners, together with a large proofe of the future consummation of the world from the testimony of the gentiles, and the vses which we are to draw from the consideration thereof. By G.H. D.D.
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Print source: An apologie of the povver and prouidence of God in the gouernment of the world. Or An examination and censure of the common errour touching natures perpetuall and vniuersall decay diuided into foure bookes: whereof the first treates of this pretended decay in generall, together with some preparatiues thereunto. The second of the pretended decay of the heauens and elements, together with that of the elementary bodies, man only excepted. The third of the pretended decay of mankinde in regard of age and duration, of strength and stature, of arts and wits. The fourth of this pretended decay in matter of manners, together with a large proofe of the future consummation of the world from the testimony of the gentiles, and the vses which we are to draw from the consideration thereof. By G.H. D.D.
Hakewill, George, 1578-1649.

Oxford: Printed by Iohn Lichfield and William Turner, printers to the famous Vniversity, Anno Dom. 1627.
Subject terms:
Goodman, Godfrey, 1583-1656. -- Fall of man, or the corruption of nature, proved by the light of our naturall reason -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800.
Providence and government of God -- Early works to 1800.
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Contents
AN APOLOGIE OF THE POWER AND PROVIDENCE OF GOD IN THE GOVERNMENT OF THE WORLD: OR, An Examination and Censure of the common errour touching Natures perpetuall and vniversall decay.
LIB. II. Of the pretended decay of the Heauens and Elements, and Elementary Bo∣dies, Man onely ex∣cepted.
LIB. III. Of the pretended decay of mankind in regard of age and duration of strength and sta∣ture, of arts and witts.
CAP. 4. More pressing Reasons to proue that for these last two or three thousand yeares, the stature of the Ancients was little or nothing different from that of the present times.
LIB. IV. Of the pretended decay in matter of manners, together with a large proofe of the future consummation of the world, from the testimo∣nies of the Gentiles, and the vses which wee are to draw from the consideration thereof.
CAP. 4. Of the excessiue cruelty of the Romans towards the Iewes, the Christians, other Nations, one another & vpon themselues.
CAP. 7. Of the excessiue gluttony of the Romanes.
CAP. 8. Of the Romanes excessiue luxurie in building.
CAP. 11. Wherein the objections brought in behalfe of the Romanes touching their pretended Iustice, prudence and fortitude are exami∣ned and fully answered.