John Bunyan (1628-1688): His Life, Times, and Work

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APPENDIX I.
CHRONOLOGICAL LIST OF BUNYAN'S WORKS.

PRINTED BY CHARLES DOE IN 1698 AS AN APPENDIX TO The
Heavenly Footman, AND CORRECTED TO THE PRESENT TIME.
A Catalogue of all MR. BUNYAN'S Books.
Running Reader!I That now help you to this Heavenly Foot-Man in Print, (being the Person that first moved and procured the Printing in folio, above Twenty of our Author Bunyan's Pieces) have also now given you here, a Catalogue of all that great Convert's Works, in order of Time, as they succeeded each other in Publication (as near as I can understand) and I do also love them, and would have you do so too, as, they are the Experience and Knowledge of a great Convert, which indeed is a great Monument of the mighty Power of Grace, and a fit Fellow-Traveller for a Heavenly Foot-Man. Borough, London, Charles Doe. March 26, 1698.This Catalogue, is word for word, as it is in the several Title-Pages, except the Texts.
1. Some Gospel-Truths opened according to the Scriptures, or the Divine and Human Nature of Christ Jesus; His coming into the World; his Righteousness, Death, Resurrection, Ascention, Intercession, and Second Coming to Judgment, plainly demonstrated and proved; and also Answers to several Questions, with profitable Directions to stand fast in the Doctrin of the Son of Mary against those blusterous Storms of the Devil's Temptations, which at this day like so many Scorpions break loose from the Bottomless Pit, to bite and torment those that have not tasted the Virtue of Jesus, by the Revelation of the Spirit of God.

Published for the good of God's Chosen Ones, by that Unworthy Servant of Christ John Bunyan of Bedford, by the Grace of God Preacher of the Gospel of his Dear Son, Job. 14.6. Act 4.12. Published 1656, in about 11 Sheets in 120. and it is now in the Folio.

2. . A Vindication of the Book called some Gospel-Truths opened according to the Scriptures; and the opposition made against it by Edward Borrough a professed Quaker, (but proved an Enemy to the Truth) Examined and Confuted by the Word of God; and also the things that were then laid down, and declared to the World; by me are a second Time born witness to, according to Truth; with the Answer of Edward Borrough to the Queries then laid down in my Book reproved; and also a plain Answer to his Queries given in symplicity of Soul; and is now also presented to the World, or who else may read or hear them; to the end, (if God will) that Truth may be discovered thereby.

By John Bunyan Preacher of the Gospel of Christ, Act. 13. 22, 28, and 29, 30, and 32, 33, and 38, and 39. Published 1657. in about 9 Sheets in 40.

3. . Sighs from Hell; or, the Groans of a Damned Soul, discovering from the 16th of Luke, the Lamentable State of the Damned; and may fitly serve as a warningword to Sinners both Old and Young, by Faith in Jesus Christ, to avoid the same place of Torment; with a discovery of the usefulness of the Scriptures, as our safe Conduct for the avoiding the Torments of Hell. By John Bunyan.

Published in about 7 Sheets, [ 1658] in 120. It hath now been Printed 9 times.

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