|Author:||Du Pin, Louis Ellies, 1657-1719.|
|Title:||The evangelical history: or, The life of our Blessed Saviour Jesus Christ comprehensively and plainly related. With practical inferences and discourses thereupon. In four books. I. Of the birth of John the Baptist. Of the conception and birth of Jesus Christ; with an account of what passed to his entrance upon the ministerial function. II. The history of the acts and miracles of our Saviour, in the first two years of his ministry. III. A relation of his acts and miracles, in the third year of his preaching. IV. An account of his acts and preaching, from the triumphant entrance into Jerusalem. Of his Crucifixion, Resurrection, apparitions, and glorious ascension into heaven. With a large practical introduction, by way of preface. Written in French by the learned L.E. du Pin, and Englished by a divine of the Church of England, with additions. Adorn'd with copper cuts.|
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The evangelical history: or, The life of our Blessed Saviour Jesus Christ comprehensively and plainly related. With practical inferences and discourses thereupon. In four books. I. Of the birth of John the Baptist. Of the conception and birth of Jesus Christ; with an account of what passed to his entrance upon the ministerial function. II. The history of the acts and miracles of our Saviour, in the first two years of his ministry. III. A relation of his acts and miracles, in the third year of his preaching. IV. An account of his acts and preaching, from the triumphant entrance into Jerusalem. Of his Crucifixion, Resurrection, apparitions, and glorious ascension into heaven. With a large practical introduction, by way of preface. Written in French by the learned L.E. du Pin, and Englished by a divine of the Church of England, with additions. Adorn'd with copper cuts.
Du Pin, Louis Ellies, 1657-1719.
London: printed for Abel Swall and T. Childe, at the Unicorn at the west-end of S. Paul's Church-yard, 1694.
Jesus Christ -- Biography -- Early works to 1800.
The History of the Life of JESUS CHRIST.
I. The Design of this History.
II. Mans Creation, and Fall by Sin.
III. The Incarnation of Jesus Christ.
IV. Of the Life of Jesus Christ.
V. Some directions, how we may read the Life of Jesus Christ, with advantage.
A Table of the Chapters.
BOOK I. Contains the History from John's Conception to the First Year of Christ's Preaching.
BOOK II. Containing an Account of what Jesus did in the first Two Years of his Ministry.
BOOK. III. Containing what Jesus did in the Third Year of his Preaching.
BOOK IV. Containing the History of what Jesus did after his Triumphant entring Jerusalem to his Ascension.
THE HISTORY OF THE LIFE Of, our Saviour, Jesus Christ.
I. The Conception of S. John the Baptist.
II. The Conception of Jesus Christ.
III. The Visitation of the Holy Virgin.
IV. The Nativity of S. John.
V. God reveals the Conception of Jesus Christ to Joseph.
VI. The Divine Generation of Jesus Christ.
VII. The Human Birth of Jesus Christ.
VIII. The Circumcision of Jesus Christ.
IX. The Adoration of the Magi.
X. The Presentation of Jesus Christ in the Temple.
XI. Jesus's Flight into Aegypt.
XII. Jesus's Disputation with the Doctors.
XIII. The Preaching of John the Baptist.
XIV. Jesus Christ is baptized by John.
XV. Jesus Fasting and Temptation.
XVI. St. John's Testimony concerning Jesus Christ
XVII. Jesus Christ calling Disciples.
XVIII. The first Miracle that Jesus did.
XIX. Jesus drives the Merchants out of the Temple.
XX. The Discourse between J. Christ and Nicodemus.
XXI. St. Johns second Testimony concerning Jesus.
XXII. John's Imprisonment.
XXIII. The Samaritan Woman.
I. His Preaching in Galilee.
II. The Calling of Four Apostles.
III. He healed a Man possessed at Capernaum.
IV. Jesus Christ heals Peter's Wife's Mother, and several other Sick Persons.
V. Jesus Christ's Progress through Galilee.
VI. Jesus Christ appeaseth a Tempest.
VII. Jesus Christ frees Two Men, possessed with Devils.
VIII. Jesus heals a Man, sick of the Palsy, at Capernaum.
IX. Jesus commands a Publican to follow him.
X. Jesus Christ cures a Woman of a Bloody Flux, and raiseth a Maid from the Dead.
XI. Jesus healed Two Blind Men and a Dumb Man.
XII. Jesus cures a Man that had been diseased Thirty and Eight Years.
XIII. The Jews accuse Jesus's Disciples of Sabboth Breaking.
XIV. Jesus Cures several sick Persons on the Sabboth.
XV. Jesus Christ chooseth his Twelve Disciples. and preacheth his Sermon on the Mount.
XVI. What are the Truths, which Jesus Christ teacheth in this Sermon upon the Mount.
XVII. Jesus Cures a Leper.
XVIII. Jesus heals a Man sick of the Palsey.
XIX. Jesus raiseth a Man from the Dead.
XX. John sends two of his Disciples to Jesus. The answer they received from him.
XXI. The Reproofs which Jesus Christ gave the Jews.
XXII. The Conversion of a Woman that was a Sinner.
XXIII. Jesus heals a Man, possessed with a Devil, who was both Blind and Dumb.
XXIV. The Pharisees desire a Sign of him.
XXV. Jesus Christ delivers many Parables.
XXVI. Other Parables.
XXVII. Jesus Christ goes to Preach at Nazareth.
XXVIII. Jesus goeth about Galilee again, and sends his Apostles to preach.
XXIX. Herod beheads John the Baptist.
I. Jesus Christ feedeth Four thousand in the Wil∣derness, with Five Loaves and Two Fishes.
II. Jesus Christ walketh upon the Water, and per∣mits S. Peter to come to him.
III. Jesus in an Excellent Discourse, proves that he himself is the Living Bread and Food of Souls.
IV. The Pharisees complain, that his Apostles did eat with un-washed Hands.
V. Jesus frees a Damsel possessed with a Devil.
VI. Jesus Cures a Man Blind and Dumb.
VII. Jesus Feeds Four Thousand with Seven Loaves.
VIII. The Pharisees desire a Sign, Jesus refuses to give them any.
IX. Jesus heals a Blind Man at Bethsaida.
X. S. Peter confesseth, That Jesus Christ is the Son of God.
XI. Jesus foretels his Death to his Disciples.
XII. Jesus Christ is transfigured on the Mountain.
XIII. Jesus heals a young Man, Lunatick and Dumb.
XIV. Jesus foretels his Death, and pays Tribute.
XV. Jesus checks the Ambition of his Disciples.
XVI. Jesus gives Rules for Correcting and Pardoning.
XVII. Jesus goes to Jerusalem, to the Feast of Tabernacles.
XVIII. Jesus heals Ten Lepers.
XIX. Jesus teaches in the Temple.
XX. Jesus saveth a Woman taken in Adultery.
XXI. Jesus remains in the Temple Teaching. The Jews go about to Stone him.
XXII. Jesus gives sight to a Man born Blind.
XXIII. Jesus proves himself the Good Shepherd.
XXIV. Jesus chuseth seventy two Disciples.
XXV. Jesus teaches a Lawyer to love his Neigh∣bour.
XXVI. Jesus Lodges at Martha's House, and Tea∣ches his Disciples to Pray.
XXVII. He reproves the Pharisees and Scribes for their Sins.
XXVIII. Jesus gives several Instructions to his Disciples.
XXIX. Jesus shews the necessity of Repentance.
XXX. Jesus cureth a Woman bowed together.
XXXI. The Jews go about again to Stone him.
XXXII. Jesus advises Men to enter in at the strait Gate, and foretels the Destructon of Jerusalem.
XXXIII. Jesus heals a Man sick of a Dropsy, and beats down the Pride of the Pharisees.
XXXIV. He teaches the Guests, That he came to invite them into his Kingdom.
XXXV. Jesus teaches what we must do to be saved.
XXXVI. Jesus receives Sinners to Repentance.
XXXVII. Jesus commends Alms-giving, and sharp∣ly reproves the Covetousness of the Pharisees.
XXXVIII. Jesus Christ shews the inseparable Conjunction of Married Persons, and highly com∣mends Virginity.
XXXIX. Jesus speaks of his Kingdom, and of his Coming, and teaches them, That they must pray always.
XL. He teaches Men to be humble.
XLI. Jesus blesseth certain Infants.
XLII. He tells them how hard it is for a Rich Man to be saved.
XLIII. Jesus explains, how they that are first, shall be last in the Kingdom of God.
XLIV. Jesus raiseth Lazarus from the Dead.
XLV. The Jews hold a Council against Jesus.
XLVI. Jesus is rejected by the Samaritans.
XLVII. Jesus foretells his Death a Third time.
XLVIII. Jesus reproves the Ambition of his Apostles.
XLIX. Jesus lodges at Zaccheus's House.
L. Jesus condemns the Opinion of those, who be∣lieved that the Kingdom of God would then ap∣pear.
LI. Jesus Christ heals Two Blind Men.
LII. Jesus Christ suppeth at Bethany.
I. Jesus Christ goes in Triumph to Jerusalem.
II. Jesus Christ bewails the Destruction of Je∣rusalem.
III. Jesus Christ again foretels his Death.
IV. Jesus Christ curseth the Fig-Tree.
V. Jesus Christ drives the Merchants out of the Temple.
VI. The Discourse of Jesus Christ with the Priests and Doctors.
VII. The Parable of the Husband-men, that hired the Vineyard.
VIII. The Parable of the Marriage Feast.
IX. Jesus Christ Silenceth the Pharisees.
X. Jesus Christ silenceth the Sadducees.
XI. He teaches, which is the greatest Command∣ment of the Law.
XII. Jesus discovers the Vices of the Scribes and Pharisees.
XIII. Jesus Christ commends the Alms of a poor Widow.
XIV. Jesus Christ foretells the Destruction of Jeru∣salem.
XV. Jesus Christ foretells his second Coming.
XVI. Jesus Christ teacheth his Disciples to Watch.
XVII. The Parable of the Ten Virgins.
XVIII. The Parable of the Servants.
XIX. A Description of the Last Judgment.
XX. The Jews hold a Council against Jesus.
XXI. What was the Jewish Passover.
XXII. Jesus sups with his Disciples.
XXIII. Jesus washes his Disciples Feet.
XXIV. Jesus appoints the Eucharist, and foretells Judas's Treachery.
XXV. Jesus foretells S. Peter's Denial, and the Apostles Flight.
XXVI. Jesus comforts his Apostles.
XXVII. Jesus gives his Apostles several Precepts.
XXVIII. Jesus's Prayer to his Father.
XXIX. The Agony of Christ in the Garden upon the Mount of Olives.
XXX. The Apprehension of Jesus.
XXXI. Jesus is Carryed to Caiphas's Palace.
XXXII. Peter denyeth Jesus Christ.
XXXIII. The Despair of Judas.
XXXIV. Jesus is accused before Pilate.
XXXV. Jesus is contemned and scorned by Herod.
XXXVI. A Thief is preferred before Jesus.
XXXVII. Jesus is Scourged, and Crowned with Thorns.
XXXVIII. Pilate condemns Jesus.
XXXIX. The Crucifixion of Jesus.
XL. Jesus's Words upon the Cross.
XLI. The Death of Jesus.
XLII. The Burial of Jesus.
XLIII. The Resurrection of Jesus.
XLIV. Jesus appeareth to Mary Magdalene.
XLV. Jesus appeareth to certain Women.
XLVI. Jesus shews himself to Peter and two other Disciples.
XLVII. Jesus appeared to the Apostles.
XLVIII. The Miraculous Fishing.
XLIX. Jesus commits the care of his Sheep to St. Peter.
L. Jesus Instructed the Apostles
LI. The last Appearance of Jesus Christ.
LII. The Ascension of Jesus Christ.
LIII. The Glorious Life of Jesus Christ in Heaven.
LIV. The Conclusion.