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Author: Vertue, Henry, d. 1660.
Title: Christ and the Church: or Parallels, in three books.: In the first ye have the harmony between Christ and the foregoing types, by which he was fore-shadowed in the Old Testament, both persons and things. In the second the agreement between Christ and other things, to which he is compared in the holy Scriptures of the Old and New Testament. In the third the agreement between the Church and the types, by which it was foreshadowed in the Old Testament; and other resemblances, by which it is set forth in the holy Scriptures. By Henry Vertue, M.A. rector of Alhallows Hony-lane.
Publication info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Christ and the Church: or Parallels, in three books.: In the first ye have the harmony between Christ and the foregoing types, by which he was fore-shadowed in the Old Testament, both persons and things. In the second the agreement between Christ and other things, to which he is compared in the holy Scriptures of the Old and New Testament. In the third the agreement between the Church and the types, by which it was foreshadowed in the Old Testament; and other resemblances, by which it is set forth in the holy Scriptures. By Henry Vertue, M.A. rector of Alhallows Hony-lane.
Vertue, Henry, d. 1660.

London: printed by Tho. Roycroft, 1659.
Subject terms:
Jesus Christ.
Bible. -- O.T. -- Commentaries
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A95869.0001.001

Contents
title page
TO THE RIGHT WORSHIPFUL, MY HONORED PATRONS, THE Aldermen, Master, Wardens, and Assistants of the Right Worshipful Company of the Grocers, .
The names of the Authors cited in this Treatise.
A brief Survey of the whole Treatise.
LIB. I.
Christ set forth by other resemblances. LIB. II.
And the Church LIB. III. Compared with Types. Set out by other resemblances.
, PARALLELS. In which is shewed How the Types of Christ and the Church, and the Resemblances by which they are set forth in Scripture, are made good and fulfilled in Christ and the Church, and how Christ and his Church do answer them all. LIB. I.
CHAP. I.
CHAP. II.
Adam, the Protoplast, the first man, and Christ, the second Adam, compared.
CHAP. III.
Christ and Abel compared.
Christ and Seth.
Christ and Lamech: not that Lamech, that was of Cains family, but another of that name, who was of Seths house: of a far different nature.
Christ and Henoch.
Christ and Methuselah.
Christ and Noah.
CHAP. IV.
Christ and Melchisedech.
CHAP. V. Christ and Isaac.
CHAP. VI.
Christ and Jacob.
Christ and Judah the son of Jacob.
CHAP. VII. Christ and Joseph the son of Jacob.
CHAP. VIII.
Christ and Moses.
CHAP. IX.
Christs Priesthood and Aarons.
Christ and the high Priest.
CHAP. X. Christ and Joshua.
CHAP. XI. Christ and Jephte.
CHAP. XII. Christ and Sampson.
CHAP. XIII.
Christ and David.
Christ and Solomon.
CHAP. XIV.
Christ and Elisha.
Christ and Jonas.
CHAP. XV.
Christ and Cyrus.
Christ and Zerubbabel.
CHAP. XVI.
Christ and Noah's Ark.
Christ and the Paschal Lamb.
CHAP. XVII. Christ and the Manna.
CHAP. XVIII.
Christ and the holy Place
Christ and the Shewbread.
Christ and the Second Vail.
Christ and the Altar of Burnt-offering.
Christ and the Golden Censer.
CHAP. XIX.
Christ and the Ark of the Covenant.
Christ and Aarons Rod.
Christ and the Mercy-seat.
CHAP. XX. Christ and the Red Heifer, Num. 19.
CHAP. XXI.
Christ and the brazen Serpent.
Christ and the Temple.
CHAP. XXII.
CORAL. I.
CHAP. XXIII.
COROL. II.
CHAP. XXIV.
COROL. III.
PARALLELS. LIB. II.
CHAP. I.
Christ compared with Bread and Wine.
CHAP. II.
Christ and a branch.
Christ and Christians.
CHAP. III.
Christ, and a Door, or a Way.
Christ and an Eagle.
CHAP. IV. Christ and a Foundation.
CHAP. V. Christ and a grain of Mastardseed.
CHAP. VI. Christ and the Head.
Christ and an Hen. CHAP. VII.
CHAP. VIII. Christ and an Husband.
CHAP. IX. Christ and a Lamb.
CHAP. X. Christ and the Light.
CHAP. XI.
Christ and a Lilly.
Christ and a Lion.
CHAP. XII. Christ and a Physician.
CHAP. XIII. Christ and a Shepherd.
CHAP. XIV. Christ and a Stone.
CHAP. XV. Christ and the Sun.
CHAP. XVI. Christ and a Vine.
CHAP. XVII.
Christ and a Way.
Christ and a Word.
CHAP. XVIII. Christ and a Worm.
PARALLELS. LIB. III.
CHAP. I.
The Church and Noah's Ark.
CHAP. II. The Church and the Tabernacle.
CHAP. III. The Church and the golden Candlestick.
CHAP. IV. The Church and Ruth.
CHAP. V.
The Church and a Body.
CHAP. VI. The Church, and a City built on an Hill.
CHAP. VII. The Church and a Dove.
CHAP. VIII. The Church and an Hill.
CHAP. IX. The Church and an House.
CHAP. X. The Church and the Moon.
CHAP. XI. The Church and a Mother.
CHAP. XII. The Church and a Ship.
CHAP. XIII. The Church and the Threshing-floor, or Wine-press.
Faults amended in the Book.