|Author:||Swinnock, George, 1627-1673.|
|Title:||A treatise of the incomparableness of God in his being, attributes, works and word opened and applyed / by Geo. Swinnocke ...|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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A treatise of the incomparableness of God in his being, attributes, works and word opened and applyed / by Geo. Swinnocke ...
Swinnock, George, 1627-1673.
London: Printed for Tho. Parkhurst, and are to be sold at his shop ..., 1672.
Reproduction of original in Union Theological Seminary Library, New York.
God -- Attributes.
TO THE WORSHIPFƲL Henry Ashhurst, Junior, Esq; And to the HONOƲRABLE LADY Diana Ashhurst HIS Religious CONSORT.
The several CHAPTERS IN THIS TREATISE.
CHAP. I. The Preface and meaning of the Text.
CHAP. II. God is incomparable; 1. In his Being.
CHAP. III. The incomparableness of God in his Being. It is from its self, for its self, and wholly in∣dependent.
CHAP. IV. God incomparable in his Being, as he is ab∣solutely perfect, universal, unchange∣able.
CHAP. V. God incomparable in his Being, as it is eter∣nal, and without composition.
CHAP. VI. God incomparable in his Being, as it is In∣finite and Incomprehensible.
CHAP. VII. God incomparable in his Attributes, in his Holiness and Wisdom.
CHAP. VIII. God incomparable in his Attributes, in his Knowledge and Faithfulness.
CHAP. IX. God incomparable in his Mercy and Patience.
CHAP. X. God incomparable in his Attributes, as they are from him, as they are his Essence, as they are all one in him, as they are in him in an infinite manner.
CHAP. XI. God incomparable in his Works, Creation and Providence.
CHAP. XII. God incomparable in the Work of Redemp∣tion; He can do all things.
CHAP. XII. God incomparable in the manner of his Working: He worketh irresistibly, ar∣bitrarily.
CHAP. XIII. God incomparable in his Working: He doth the greatest things with ease, and with∣out any Help.
CHAP. XIV. God is incomparable in his Word: He speaketh with incomparable Authority, Condescension and Efficacy.
CHAP. XV. God is incomparable in his Word: In its Purity, Mysteries, Prophesies.
CHAP. XVI. God incomparable in his Word, as it is con∣verting, affrighting and comforting.
CHAP. XVII. If God be incomparable: 1. How great is the malignity of Sin, which contemneth, dishonoureth and opposeth this God.
CHAP. XIX. If God be incomparable, how great is the madness and misery of impenitent Sin∣ners?
CHAP. XXI. If God be incomparable, how monstrous is their Pride who compare themselves to the incomparable God.
CHAP. XXII. If God be incomparable, then incomparable Service and Worship is due to him.
CHAP. XXIII. Labour for acquaintance with the Incom∣parable God: Motives to it. The knowledge of God is sanctifying, satisfying, saving.
CHAP. XXIV. The Means of acquaintance with God. A sense of our Ignorance. Attendance on the word. Fervent Prayer.
CHAP. XXV. 2. Ex. To choose this incomparable God for our portion; with some Motives thereunto.
CHAP. XXVI. 3. Ex. Give God the glory of his incompa∣rable excellency: with some considerations to enforce it.
CHAP. XXVII. Comfort to them that have the incomparable God for their portion.