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The remainder of books written by Jacob Behme : viz. I. The first apologie to Balthazar Tylcken for the Aurora written anno 1621. II. The second apologie in answer to Balthazar Tylcken ; for predestination. And the incarnation and person of Christ, and of the Virgin Mary. Dated 3. July 1621. III. The fouer [sic] complexions written in March: 1621. IV. The considerations upon Esaiah Stiefel's booke concerning the threefold state of man and the new birth. Dated 8. April 1621. V. The apologie in answer to Esaiah Stiefel concerning perfection. Dated 6. April 1622. VI. The apologie in answer to Gregory Rickter primate of Gerlitz, for the way to Christ, &c. 10. April 1624. VII. Twenty-five epistles more then the 35. formerly printed in English, with 2. as prefaces before other of his bookes, the last of those heere printed is dated 23. May 1624. 5 more after without date, which make 62. in all, also 1. epistle more of his own hand writing: and 1. of Dr. Charles Weisners, relating much of J.B's. life. Preview this item
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The remainder of books written by Jacob Behme : viz. I. The first apologie to Balthazar Tylcken for the Aurora written anno 1621. II. The second apologie in answer to Balthazar Tylcken ; for predestination. And the incarnation and person of Christ, and of the Virgin Mary. Dated 3. July 1621. III. The fouer [sic] complexions written in March: 1621. IV. The considerations upon Esaiah Stiefel's booke concerning the threefold state of man and the new birth. Dated 8. April 1621. V. The apologie in answer to Esaiah Stiefel concerning perfection. Dated 6. April 1622. VI. The apologie in answer to Gregory Rickter primate of Gerlitz, for the way to Christ, &c. 10. April 1624. VII. Twenty-five epistles more then the 35. formerly printed in English, with 2. as prefaces before other of his bookes, the last of those heere printed is dated 23. May 1624. 5 more after without date, which make 62. in all, also 1. epistle more of his own hand writing: and 1. of Dr. Charles Weisners, relating much of J.B's. life.

Author: Jakob BöhmeJohn SparrowBalthazar TilkenGregorius RichterCornelius WeissnerAll authors
Publisher: London : Printed by M.S. for Giles Calvert, at the sign of the Black-Spread Eagle, at the west end of St. Pauls, 1662.
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Genre/Form: Early works
Early works to 1800
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jakob Böhme; John Sparrow; Balthazar Tilken; Gregorius Richter; Cornelius Weissner; Esaiah Stiefel
OCLC Number: 316351232
Notes: "The first apologie to Balthazar Tylcken"; "The second apologie to Balthazar Tylcken"; "Of the four complexions"; "Considerations upon Esaiah Stiefel his little book of the threefold state of man and of his new birth"; "An apologie concerning perfection"; "An apologie or defence for the requisite refuting of the shamefull, disgracefull, writings and horrible libell, against the book of true repentance and of true resignation"; "Theosophick letters or epistles of the man, from God enlightned, in grace: Jacob Behme" each have separate title page dated 1661 and separate pagination; register is continuous throughout.
P. 153, 154 misnumbered 151, 156.
With a final errata leaf.
Description: [2], 14, [2], 86, [2], 62, [2], 30, [2], 28, [2], 156 [i.e. 154], [6], 36, [1], 34, 25-32, [8], 43-50, [8] pages ; 4to.
Other Titles: Works.
First apologie to Balthazar Tylcken
Second apologie to Balthazar Tylcken
Of the four complexions
Considerations upon Esaiah Stiefel his little book of the threefold state of man and of his new birth
Apologie concerning perfection
Apologie or defence for the requisite refuting of the shamefull, disgracefull, writings and horrible libell, against the book of true repentance and of true resignation
Theosophick letters or epistles of the man, from God enlightned, in grace: Jacob Behme
Responsibility: Englished by John Sparrow.

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