|Author:||Holland, Guy, 1587?-1660.|
|Title:||The grand prerogative of humane nature: namely, the souls naturall or native immortality, and freedome from corruption, shewed by many arguments, and also defended against the rash and rude conceptions of a late presumptuous authour, who hath adventured to impugne it. By G.H. Gent.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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The grand prerogative of humane nature: namely, the souls naturall or native immortality, and freedome from corruption, shewed by many arguments, and also defended against the rash and rude conceptions of a late presumptuous authour, who hath adventured to impugne it. By G.H. Gent.
Holland, Guy, 1587?-1660.
London: Printed by Roger Daniel, and are to be sold by Antony Williamson, at the Queens Armes in St. Pauls Church-yard, An. 1653.
The Grand Prerogative of hu∣mane Nature.
CHAP. I. The Authours Design, and the occasion of it.
CHAP. II. His first Classe of arguments examined and refuted.
CHAP. III. Scripture no way a favourer of the souls mortality.
CHAP. IV. His argument out of reason viewed and examined.
CHAP. V. Arefutation of certain shifting Answers given unto sundry Texts of holy Scripture.
CHAP. VI. The rationall Soul of man ingenerable and incorruptible.
CHAP. VII. A List of some other Topicks, or heads of probation.
CHAP. VIII. The Catabaptists errour about the sleeping of Souls related and refuted.
CHAP. IX. Volkelius his Arguments for this Errour exa∣mined and refuted.
CHAP. X. An estimate of the reasons for the souls immortality.
CHAP. XI. Mans being by Procreation no argument of his Soul's mortality.
CHAP. XII. A solution of the Adversaries objections, together with some others of Doctour Daniel Sennertus.
CHAP. XIII. The Adversaries resurrection of Beasts exploded, together with a Conclusion of the Work.
A Peripatetick Disquisition touching the Rationall Soul's Immortality, whether it be Natu∣turall to it, or no.