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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The Analysis of this Book,

  • This Treatise of Original Sinne, shews
    • 1. That it is, by pregnant Texts vindicated from false Glosses.
    • 2. What it is, both
      • Name, especially the Scripture names.
      • Thing, Privative and Positive.
    • 3. How it comes to be communicated, with a consideration of the origi∣nal of the Soul.
    • 4. Its Sub∣ject of
      • Inhesion
        • General, the whole man.
        • In particu∣lar
          • The Mind.
          • Conscience.
          • Memory.
          • Will.
          • Affections.
          • Imagination.
          • Body.
      • Predication
        • Every one.
        • Christ excepted.
    • 5. Its Qualities or Adjuncts,
      • The great∣nesse
        • Of Adam's Actual trans∣gression, which is our ori∣ginal imputed sinne.
        • Of our Original Sinne in∣herent in us.
      • The Propriety in every one.
      • The Activity.
      • The Equality in all.
      • A Justification of Gods shutting up all under sinne for the sin of Adam.
    • 6. The Immediate Effects of it
      • Propensity to Sinne.
      • The Cause of all Actual sins.
      • The Combate between the flesh and
      • Spirit in the godly.
      • Death.
      • Eternal Damnation.