The Death of Death in the Death of Christ
A TREATISE OF THE REDEMPTION AND RECONCILIATION THAT IS IN THE BLOOD 0F CHRIST, WITH THE MERIT THEREOF, AND SATISFACTION WROUGHT THEREBY.
Chapter 1: Arguments against the universality of redemption-The two first; from the nature of the new covenant, and the dispensation thereof.
Chapter 2: Containing three other arguments
Chapter 3: Containing, two other arguments from the person Christ sustained in this business.
Chapter 4: Of sanctification, and of the cause of faith, and the procurement thereof by the death of Christ.
Chapter 5: Being a continuance of arguments from the nature and description of the thing in hand; and first, of redemption.
Chapter 6: Of the nature of reconciliation, and the argument taken from thence.
Chapter 7: Of the nature of the satisfaction of Christ, with arguments from thence.
Chapter 8: A digression, containing the substance of an occasional conference concerning the satisfaction of Christ.
Chapter 9: Being a second part of the former digression--Arguments to prove the satisfaction of Christ.
Chapter 10: Of the merit of Christ, with arguments from thence.
Chapter 11: The last general argument.