A practicall catechisme
Hammond, Henry, 1605-1660.
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The Table.

  • OF Divinity. p. 1.
  • Of Practicall points. p. 2.
  • Of the First Covenant. p. 3.
  • Of the Second Covenant. p. 6.
  • Of the names of Christ. p. 15.
    • 1. Of Jesus. p. 16.
  • Of the name Christ, and his three offices. p. 21.
    • Of Christs Kingly office. p. 22.
    • Of Christs Preistly office. p. 27.
    • Of Christs Propheticke office. p. 38.
  • Of Faith. p. 40.
  • Of Hope. p. 61.
  • Of Charity. p. 74.
  • Of Repentance. p. 84.
  • Of Selfe-deniall. p. 104.
  • Of taking up the Crosse. p. 109.
  • Of Justification. p. 112.
  • Of Sanctification. p. 113.
  • Gods method in saving a sinner. p. 119.
  • Of Christs Sermon in the Mount. p. 120.
  • Of the Beatitudes. p. 122.
  • Of Poverty of Spirit. p. 122.
  • Of Mourning. p. 124.
  • Page  [unnumbered] Of Meekenesse. p. 126.
  • Of Hungring & thirsting after righteousnesse. 135.
  • Of Mercifulnesse. p. 138.
  • Of Purity of heart. p. 140.
  • Of Peace-making. p. 144.
  • Of Persecution for righteousnesse sake. p. 148.
  • Of the order of the Beatitudes. p. 152.
  • Of the exemplary lives of Christians. p. 154.
  • Christianity is not destructive of the lawes to which mankind had beene formerly obliged. p. 156.
  • Christ perfected the law. p. 157.
  • Of Killing. p. 164.
  • Of the power of the sword. p. 165.
  • Of Selfe-murther. p. 166.
  • Of Duells. p. 168.
  • Of Warre. p. 172.
  • Of Anger causelesse or immoderate
    • in the breast. p. 173.
    • in the tongue. p. 177.
  • Of contumelious speaking. p. 180.
  • Of Reconciliation. p. 183.
  • Of the time of calling our selves to account for tres∣passes. p. 184.
  • Of Adultery. p. 186.
  • Of looking on a woman to lust. p. 188.
  • Of the eye and hand offending. p. 191.
  • Of Divorce. p. 192.
  • Of Swearing. p. 203.
  • Of Revenge or retaliating evill. p. 208.
  • Page  [unnumbered] Of Warres. p. 213.
  • Of loving enemies. p. 225.
  • Of Almes-giving. p. 236.
  • Of Vaine-glory. p. 252.
  • Of Prayer. p. 259.
  • Of Vaine repetitions. p. 271.
  • Of the Lords Prayer. p. 273.
  • Of Fasting. p. 288. & 296.
  • Of Sobriety. p. 290.
  • Of Feasting. p. 295.
  • Of the desire and love of wealth. p. 306.
  • Of Worldly Care. p. 315.
  • Of judging others. p. 338.
  • Of the power of Prayer. p. 346.
  • Of doing as we would be done to. p. 346.
  • Of Warinesse and prudence. p. 348.
  • Markes of False-teachers. p. 349.
  • Of Profession of Christianity without action. p. 352.