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Author: Wilkinson, Henry, 1566-1647.
Title: The debt book: or, A treatise vpon Romans 13. ver. 8 Wherein is handled: the ciuill debt of money or goods, and vnder it the mixt debt, as occasion is offered. Also, the sacred debt of loue. By Henry Wilkinson, Bachelor in Diuinity, and pastor of Wadesdon in Buckinghamshire.
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Print source: The debt book: or, A treatise vpon Romans 13. ver. 8 Wherein is handled: the ciuill debt of money or goods, and vnder it the mixt debt, as occasion is offered. Also, the sacred debt of loue. By Henry Wilkinson, Bachelor in Diuinity, and pastor of Wadesdon in Buckinghamshire.
Wilkinson, Henry, 1566-1647.

London: Printed by R. B[adger] and G. M[iller] for Robert Bird, and are to be sold in Cheap-side at the signe of the Bible, 1625.
Subject terms:
Bible. -- N.T. -- Romans -- Criticism, interpretation, etc. -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A15369.0001.001

Contents
title page
TO THE HIGH AND MIGHTY Prince CHARLES, by the grace of God, King of great Brittaine, France and Ireland, Defen∣der of the Faith, &c. ({inverted ⁂})
THE Contents of the Chapters in this Treatise, vpon Rom. 13. 8. Owe nothing to any man, but this, that ye loue one another; for he that loueth another hath fulfilled the Lawe.
THE DEBT BOOKE.
CHAP. I. The words opened; and a discourse touching Debts in generall, with reasons why we should not continue in them.
CHAP. 2. That we should owe no man any thing.
CHAP. 3. The diuision of debts, and of the first kinde of debts, imposed by others, namely, Haereditary.
CHAP. 4. Of Legall debts; and first to the Magistrate.
CHAP. 5. Of Debts to the Minister of the Gospell.
CHAP. 6. Of Debts to the poore.
CHAP. 7. Of Debts procured by our selues: and first of necessary Debts.
CHAP. 8. Of Voluntary Debts, transient and permanent.
CHAP. 9. A confutation of such Apologies as men plead for their continuing in debt.
CHAP. 10. Directions for auoiding of Debt that it breake not vpon our estate.
CHAP. 10. Directions how to get out of Debt, if wee be already intangled.
CHAP. 12. Of the sacred Debt of Loue, that we ought to loue one another, and why?
CHAP. 13. Of the diuersities of loue, and of the nature of Christian religious loue, towards one another.
CHAP. 14. The qualities of religious Loue.
CHAP. 15. The effect of loue, with rules to dispense the fruits thereof, and a complaint for the neglect of it.
CHAP. 16. That loue is a fulfilling of the Law accor∣ding to the measure of it, and that yet hence it doth not follow: either that the perfect ful∣filling of the Law is possible in this life: or that any can be iustified by the workes of the Law, in this state of corruption.
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