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Author: Desiderius Erasmus; Raymond Himelick
Publisher: Bloomington, Indiana University Press [1963]
Series: Midland book, MB-52.
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Genre/Form: History
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Erasmus, Desiderius, -1536.
Enchiridion.
Bloomington, Indiana University Press [1963]
(OCoLC)581527496
Online version:
Erasmus, Desiderius, -1536.
Enchiridion.
Bloomington, Indiana University Press [1963]
(OCoLC)607889255
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Desiderius Erasmus; Raymond Himelick
OCLC Number: 390909
Notes: Translation of Enchiridion militis Christiani.
Description: 222 pages 20 cm.
Contents: I. Prefatory Enjoinder --
II. In This Life One Must Be on Guard --
III. Concerning the Weapons of Christian Soldiering --
IV. The First Point of Wisdom is to Know Yourself; Concerning Two Kinds of Wisdom: Seeming and Real --
V. Concerning the Inner and Outer Man --
VI. Concerning the Variety of Passions --
VII. Concerning the Inner and Outer Man and the Two Aspects of man according to Holy Scriptures --
VIII. Concerning the Three Parts of Man: Spirit, Soul, and Flesh --
IX. Certain General Rules for the True Christian Life --
X. Against the Sin of Ignorance: The First Rule (Faith) --
XI. The Second Rule (Action) --
XII. The Third Rule (Despise Illusions; Choose the Way of Christ) --
XIII. The Fourth Rule (Christ as the only goal) --
XIV. The Fifth Rule (From the Visible to the Invisible; Way to a Pure and Spiritual Life) --
XV. The Sixth Rule (Do not Follow Popular Opinion but only Christ) --
XVI. Opinions Worthy of a Christian --
XVII. The Seventh Rule (Training in the Practice of Virtue) --
XVIII. The Eighth Rule (The Value of Temptation) --
XIX. The Ninth Rule (Vigilance Against Sin) --
XX. The Tenth Rule (The Weapons of Prayer, Holy Scripture, and Maxims) --
XXI. The Eleventh Rule (Trust not Yourself but Christ) --
XXII. The Twelfth Rule (Be not Content Merely to Resist Sin; Strive for Perfect Virtue) XXIII. The Thirteenth Rule (Have Hope in Final Victory but be ever on Guard) --
XXIV. The Fourteenth Rule (Take no Vice Lightly) --
XXV. The Fifteenth Rule (Keep in Mind the Future --
The Bitterness of SIn; the Sweetness of Victory) --
XXVI. The Sixteenth Rule (The Mystery of the Cross) --
XXVII. The Seventeenth Rule (The Mystery of the Cross) --
XXVIII. The Eighteenth Rule (The Nobility of Man) --
XXIX. The Nineteenth Rule (Between God and Satan) --
XXX. The Twentieth Rule (Between Virtue and Sin) --
XXXI. The Twenty-First Rule (The Impermanence of Life) --
XXXII. The Twenty-Second Rule (Impenitence the Worst of Sins) --
XXXIII. Remedies for some Specific Sins and, First of All, for Lust --
XXXIV. An Epilogue of Remedies against the Prickings of Lust --
XXXV. Against the Provocations to Avarice --
XXXVI. An Epilogue of Remedies against the Sin of Avarice --
XXXVII. Against Ambition --
XXXVIII. Against Pride and Swelling of the Spirit --
XXXIX. Against Anger and Eagerness for Vengeance.
Series Title: Midland book, MB-52.
Other Titles: Enchiridion militis Christiani.
Responsibility: Translated and edited by Raymond Himelick.

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