|Author:||Swinnock, George, 1627-1673.|
|Title:||The door of salvation opened by the key of regeneration: or A treatise containing the nature, necessity, marks and means of regeneration;: as also the duty of the regenerate. / By George Swinnocke, M.A. and pastor of Rickmersworth in Hertfordshire.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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The door of salvation opened by the key of regeneration: or A treatise containing the nature, necessity, marks and means of regeneration;: as also the duty of the regenerate. / By George Swinnocke, M.A. and pastor of Rickmersworth in Hertfordshire.
Swinnock, George, 1627-1673.
London: Printed by John Best for Tho. Parkhurst at the Three Crowns in the lower end of Cheapside, over against the great Conduit, 1660 [i.e. 1661]
To the right worshipful Sir Charles Herboard Knight, To the Worship∣ful Richard Franklin Esq John Beres∣ford Esq Edward Ironside Esq Richard Be∣resford Esq And to the Gentlemen, Yeo∣men, and the rest of the inhabitants of the parish of Rickmersworth.
TO THE READER.
To the READER.
AN EPISTLE TO THE READER.
THE Door of Salvation OPENED, BY THE Key of Conversion.
In the next place I shall speak to the Rea∣sons why there is a necessity of Regene∣ration in every man that would obtain Salvation.
I proceed now from the Explication to the Application of the Doctrine; and it may be useful to us several ways.
The first help to Regeneration, Serious Con∣sideration.
The first subject of Consideration, The misery of the unregenerate, matchless, endless.
I come now to thy misery in the other world.
The second subject of Consideration, The felicity of the Regenerate.
The Felicity of the Regenerate in the other World.
The third Subject of Consideration, The Excellency of Regeneration.
The fourth Subject of consideration, The ne∣cessity of Regeneration.
The fifth subject of Consideration, The Equity of Regeneration or living to God.
The second help to Regeneration.
The third help to Regeneration.
The first Objection answered; namely, Mans weakness and inability to turn unto God.
The second objection answered: That unrege∣nerate men sin in performing duties, and at∣tending on ordinances.
The third and last Objection answered: If I be elected I shall be saved, let me live never so wickedly, and neglect the means prescribed for my recovery.
An Exhortation to the Regenerate.
An Alphabetical Table, of the most principal matters con∣tained in this Treatise.
Books printed for, and sold by Thomas Parkhurst, at the three Crowns over against the great Con∣duit, at the lower end of Cheapside.