A treatise of original sin ... proving that it is, by pregnant texts of Scripture vindicated from false glosses
Burgess, Anthony, d. 1664.

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    Actions.
  • MEns best Actions carnal, pag. 139
  • Bad Actions are not ju∣stified by good intentions, 280
  • The will hath not power over all its Acti∣ons. 323
    Adam.
  • Adam had full power over himself. 20
  • Made upright. 23
  • Yet free and changeable. ib. 114
  • He sinned not after the same manner, that we sinne, against Socinians, ib.
  • A common head. 25
  • His sin was disobedience. 27
  • His sin imputed to all. ib.
  • His disobedience makes us sinners by propagation, not by imitation. 28
  • He had power to stand. 114
  • And to repent and believe, while in in∣nocency, transcendently. ib.
  • Deprived by his fall of more, then was meerly supernatural. 118
  • And of supernaturals also. ib.
  • Had free-will to good before his fall, not after. 119
  • Had faith. 120, 128
  • Loved God above all, before his fall. ib.
  • And delighted in him. 121
  • Not made in a neutral indifferent state. 123
  • How original righteousnesse was natu∣ral to him. 125
  • What was supernatural to Adam, 127
  • Had all graces, either actually, or habitually. 128, 129
  • Had his affections subject to his mind. 134
  • A comparison between the first and second Adam. 181
    Affections.
  • The pollution of them. 325
  • The nature of them. 327
  • How variously they may be considered. 328
  • Their tyranny over the understanding and will. 329
  • Sinfull in their first motions. 330
  • And in their progress and degrees. 331
  • Page  [unnumbered] And in their duration, and in respect of their objects. 332
  • And in respect of their end and use. 333
  • And in their motion to lawfull objects. 334
  • And in respect of their opposition to one another. 336
  • Affections polluted in respect of the con∣flict between them and natural con∣science. 336
  • And in their distracting us in duties. 338
  • And in their contrariety to the exam∣ple of God. ib.
  • How they are in God. 339
  • Their dulness toward good. 340
  • Drawn to holy duties from corrupt motives. 341
  • Zealously drawn out to false wayes. 342
  • Inlets to all sin. 343
  • The privacy of the Affections. 345
  • The hurtfull effects on our own bodies. 346
  • And others. 347
  • They readily receive temptations. ib.
    All.
  • All sinfull that come of Adam, sinfull by nature, though the children of the most godly. 394
  • And how absurd to exempt any. 400
  • God justified for shutting up All under sin for the sin of Adam. 421
    Amyraldus.
  • Amyraldus and other sense, upon the conflict in Rom. 7. examined. 483
    Angels.
  • Angels not generated. 196
    Appetite.
  • Of the three-fold Appetite in man. 158