Table of Contents
CHAP. I: Wherein the text and context are opened, the doctrines propounded, and the general method stated
CHAP. II: Wherein the kinds and nature of fear are opened, and particularly the distracting, slavish fears of creatures
CHAP. III: Shewing the various uses of Fear, both natural, sinful, and religious, in the government of the world by Providence
CHAP. IV: Wherein the spring and causes of sinful fear are searched out, and the evils of such fears thence discovered
CHAP. V: Laying open the sinful and lamentable effects of slavish and inordinate fear, both in carnal and regenerate persons.
CHAP. VI: Prescribing the rules to cure our sinful fears, and prevent these sad and woful effects of them.
CHAP. VII: Answering the most material pleas for slavish fears, and dissolving the common objections against courage and constancy of mind in times of danger.