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A short treatise, contayning all the principall grounds of Christian religion

A short treatise, contayning all the principall grounds of Christian religion

by way of questions and answers very profitable for all men, but especially for housholders.

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Published by Printed by R. Bishop, for Robert Bird ... in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Catechisms, English,
  • Puritans -- Doctrines

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesShort catechisme, with an exposition upon the same.
    SeriesEarly English books, 1475-1640 -- 1720:1.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination[12], 342 [i.e. 242] p.
    Number of Pages342
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17812039M
    OCLC/WorldCa21538610


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This book, first written inis the first volume in the IVP Signature Collection which features special editions of iconic books/5(). Then, the Treatise is a prayer-book.

Very frequently the Saint ends his chapter with an exquisite prayer, himself giving the expression of the ardours with which he has filled our hearts. All Book V. is a prayer;—for instance, c. 5 on the Passion, c. 6 on Desires. Chief among those of his works still extant are 'A Brief Method of Catechising,' first issued inwhich in reached a forty-fourth edition; and a translation from the French of Matthew Virel entitled 'A Learned and Excellent Treatise containing all principal Grounds of the Christian Religion, ' the earliest edition of which now remaining is the fourth, published inand the latest the fourteenth in.

The ground of his missionary spirit and life is found in v. 9, and the whole work is the explanation of his absolute devotion of himself to the loving service of God and his neighbour.

In the third place, the Treatise contains a full exposition of xxx the motives for serving God, the why of a spiritual life. This is all reduced to the one great. In the third place, the Treatise contains a full exposition of the motives for serving God, the why of a spiritual life.

This is all reduced to the one great motive of the infinite perfections -- especially the amiableness, the love, the goodness of God -- brought before us in a hundred ways.

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As such it cannot be valued too highly. The book can be separated into two halves: one (chapters ) dealing with moral issues, and the other (chapters ) dealing with political questions. His final chapter has little to do with the relation to Stoicism, containing a discussion of Strauss' interpretation of Spinoza.

This book is modernity in nuce. It's all there—historical and textual criticism of Scripture, the development of a universal religion based on reason, the reduction of religion to the ethical, the creation of a full-blown concept of political religion, in which the state becomes the highest good, and the development of a distinctively modern /5().

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