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Thomas Hooker

 

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The Life of Thomas Hooker by Edward W. Hooker (Kindle Version)

Book List:

  • Application of Redemption. (The) by the Effectual work of the Word and Spirit of Christ, for the bringing home of lost Sinners to God.
  • Christ’s Prayer for Believers; a Series of Discourses founded on John 17:20–26.
  • Christian's Two Chief Lessons: Self-Denial and Self-Trial. (The)
  • Comment upon Christ's Last Prayer (A)
  • Covenant of Grace Opened. (The)
  • Culpable Ignorance, or the Danger of Ignorance under Means.
  • Danger of Desertion (The) or A Farewell Sermon of Mr. Thomas Hooker.
  • Equal Ways of God (The): Tending to the Rectifying of the Crooked Ways of Man.
  • Exposition of the Lord's Prayer. (An)
  • Exposition of the Principles of Religion. (An)
  • Faithful Covenanter. (The)
  • Farewell Sermon to his Parish at Chainsford, [Chelmsford] England.
  • Four godly and learned Treatises - The Carnal Hypocrite; Churches Deliverance; Deceitfulness of Sin; and the Benefit of Afflictions.
  • Garments of Salvation first putt off by the Fall of our first Parents. (The) Secondly, putt on again by the Grace of the Gospel.
  • Heautonaparnumenos: or a Treatise of Self-Denial.
  • Immortality of the Soule (The): The Excellencie of Christ Jesus, Treated On: Wherein the Faithfull People of God May Find Comfort for Their Souls.
  • Letter to John Winthrop on the "Confederation." 1643.
  • Letter to John Winthrop on the hostile attitude of Mass. toward Conn.
  • Letter to John Winthrop on the people's share in “counsel and judicature."
  • Letter to John Winthrop, concerning the Synods
  • Pattern of Perfection exhibited in God's Image on Adam and God's Covenant with him (The)
  • Poor Doubting Christian Drawn to Christ. (The)
  • Saint's Dignity and Duty. (The) containing The Gift of Gifts, or why Christ gave himself; The Blessed Inhabitant, or the Benefit of Christ’s being in Believers; Grace Magnified, or the Privileges of those that are under Grace; Wisdom’s Attendants, or the Voice of Christ to be obeyed; The Activitie of Faith, or Abraham’s Imitators.
  • Saints Guide (The), in three Treatises
  • Sermon before the General Court, May 31, 1638.
  • Soul’s Implantation into Christ (The). A Treatise containing, The Broken Heart.
  • Soul’s Justification, Eleven Sermons, on 2 Corinthians 5:21. (The)
  • Soul’s Possession of Christ (The)
  • Soul’s Vocation or Effectual Calling to Christ (The)
  • Soul's Exaltation. (The) Contains Union with Christ, Benefit from Union with Christ, and Justification
  • Soul's Humiliation. (The)
  • Soul's Ingrafting into Christ. (The)
  • Soul's Preparation for Christ (The): Or, A Treatise of Contrition, Wherein is discovered How God breaks the heart, and wounds the Soul, in the conversion of a Sinner to Himself
  • Spiritual Rule of the Lord's Kingdom. (The)
  • Survey of The Summe of Church-Discipline (A): Wherein The Way of the Churches of New England Is Warranted Out of the Word. 
  • Survey of the Summe of Church-Discipline. Wherein, The Way of the Churches of New-England is warranted out of the Word, etc. (A)
  • Ten Particular Rules, to be practiced every day, by Converted Christians.
  • Thanksgiving Sermon, 4 Oct., 1638.
  • True Sight of Sin (A)
  • Unbelievers Preparing for Christ (The)
  • Wilful Hardness, or the Means of Grace Abused.


Bibliographical Sources:
Allibone, Austin S. A Critical Dictionary of English Literature, etc., Vol. 1. Philadelphia: Childs & Peterson, 1859.
Hooker, Edward W. The Life of Thomas Hooker. Boston, 1870.
Hooker, Edward. Hooker; Margaret H. (Ed.) The descendants of Thomas Hooker. New York, 1909.
Trent, William Peterfield; Erkine, John; Sherman, Stuart P.; Doren, Carl Van. The Cambridge History of American Literature, Vol. 1. New York: G. P. Putnam’s Sons, 1917.