An enquiry into the nature and place of hell: shewing I. The reasonableness of a future state. II. The punishments of the next life. III. The several opinions concerning the place of hell. IV. That the fire of hell is not metaphorical, but real. V. The improbability of that fire's being in, or about the center of the earth. VI. The probability of the sun's being the local hell, with reasons for this conjecture, and the objections from atheism, philosophy, and the Holy Scriptures, answered
Printed by H.P. for Tho. Astley at the Dolphin and Crown, 1727 - Hell - 472 pages
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