A Treatise Concerning Religious Affections

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Cosimo, Inc., Jun 1, 2007 - 372 pages
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Contents

CONCERNING THE NATURE OF THE AFFEC
21
III Inferences from the Doctrine
48
Part II
54
is no Sign
70
Joys following in a certain Order are
79
Much Time and much Zeal in Duty
91
Introductory Remarks
124
Their Object is the Excellence of Divine
165
They arise from Divine Illumination
192
VIL They are attended with a Change
266
They beget and promote the Temper
272
Proportion
292
False Affections rest satisfied in Themselves
303
1 Christian Practice is the chief Sign
327
2 Christian Practice is the chief Sign
347
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