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IV. JUSTICE OF GOD IN THE DAMNATION OF SINNERS.
1830 Vol. 5,
HARVARD UN VERSITY LIBRARY
MR 2 C 1979
CONTENTS OF VOLUME V.
A TREATISE CONCERNING RELIGIOUS AFFECTIONS,
IN THREE PARTS.
PART I. Concerning the nature of the affections and their import-
ance in Religion.
Previous remarks on the affections
II. True religion lies much in affections...
III. Inferences from the doctrine...
PART II. Shewing what are no certain signs that religious affec-
tions are truly gracious, or that they are not.
Raised very high are no sign.....
Great effects on the body, are no sign.
Fluency and fervour, are no sign...
That they are not excited by us, is no sign
That they come with texts of scripture, is no sign
VI. That there is an appearance of love, is no sign..
VII. Religious affections of many kinds, are no sign.
VIII. Joys following in a certain order, are no sign...
Much time and zeal in duty, are no sign..
X. Much expression of praise is no sign.
Great confidence, is no certain sign
XII. Affecting relations, are no sign
PART III. Shewing what are distinguishing signs of truly gracious
and holy affections.
Gracious affections are from divine influence...
Their object is the excellence of divine things.. 129
They are founded on the moral excellency of ob-
They arise from divine illumination
They are attended with a conviction of certainty 172
They are attended with evangelical humiliation. 190
VII. They are attended with a change of nature.... 215
VIII. They beget and promote the temper of Jesus
Gracious affections soften the heart
They have beautiful symmetry and proportion.. 273
False affections rest satisfied in themselves.... 247
XII. Their fruit is Christian practice
XIII. Christian practice is the chief sign to others.... 273
XIV. Christian practice is the chief sign to ourselves.. 285
APPENDIX TO THE TREATISE ON THE AFFECTIONS.
LETTER 1. To Mr. GILLESPIE, in answer to objections...... 322
II. To Mr. GILLESPIE, in answer to further objections 333