THE EIGHTH BOOK OF MR Jeremiah Burroughs.
Being a Treatise of the EVIL of EVILS, OR THE Exceeding Sinfulness OF SIN.
Wherein is shewed,
- 1 There is more Evil in the least Sin, than there is in the greatest Affliction.
- 2 Sin is most opposite to God.
- 3 Sin is most opposite to Mans Good.
- 4 Sin is opposite to all Good▪ in general.
- 5 Sin is the Poyson, or Evil of all other Evils.
- 6 Sin hath a kind of Infiniteness in it.
- 7 Sin makes a man conformable to the Devil.
All these several Heads are branched out into very many Particulars.
- Thomas Goodwyn,
- William Bridge,
- Sydrach Sympson,
- William Adderly,
- William Greenhil,
- Philip Nye.
- John Yates.
London, Printed by Peter Cole in Leaden-Hall, and are to be sold at his Shop at the Sign of the Printing Press in Cornhil, neer the Royal Exchange. 1654.