|Author:||Jackson, John, fl. 1611.|
|Title:||The soule is immortall, or, Certaine discourses defending the immortalitie of the soule against the limmes of Sathan: to wit, Saducees, Anabaptists, atheists and such like of the hellish crue of aduersaries / written by Iohn Iackson.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
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The soule is immortall, or, Certaine discourses defending the immortalitie of the soule against the limmes of Sathan: to wit, Saducees, Anabaptists, atheists and such like of the hellish crue of aduersaries / written by Iohn Iackson.
Jackson, John, fl. 1611., Houppelande, Guillaume, d. 1492. De immortalitate animae., Xenocrates, of Chalcedon, ca. 396-ca. 314 B.C. De morte., Athenagoras, 2nd cent. De resurrectione., Palingenio Stellato, Marcello, ca. 1500-ca. 1543.
Imprinted at London: by W.W. for Robert Boulton dwelling in Smithfield neere Long [land?], 1611.
Immortality -- Christianity
TO THE CHRI∣STIAN READER, Grace and Peace be multiplied.
GVILERMVS HOVPPELANDVS: Of the immortalitie of the Soule.
The first Conclusion.
The second Conclusion.
The third Conclusion.
Of the Immortalitie of the Soule, out of Palingenius in Capricorne.
Palingenius in Libra.
Palengenius in Pisces.
Matheus Dresserus, libro de Anima.
Of the Place of the Soule after the separation from the Body.
That the Soule doth not die, is thus prooued by the holy Scriptures.
The Immortalitie of the Soule prooued by manifest places of the holy Scriptures.
Athenagoras an Athenian and a Chri∣stian Philosopher, flourished in the time of Marcus Aurelius, Antoninus, and Commodus, Emperours of Rome, within two hundred yeares after Christ: and in his Booke of the Resurrection, he reasoueth thus.
That the Resurrection, is of Gods Prouidence and Iustice.
A Booke of Xenocrates, a Philo∣sopher of Plato his sect, concerning Death.