The Deist's Manual, 1705

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Garland Pub., 1976 - Deism - 337 pages
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Contents

The Contents of the First
iv
TIk Excellence of Humane Reason
vii
THE Acknowledgment of Trrvulence an Awe upon Man page
2
Tis of no Consequence to m whether our first
17
Of Lve Hatred Joy Grief Desire
25
Of the Vnity of Cod Ibid
26
The fame proved from the Variety of Beings
29
A Confutation of Chance and the Atom
35
flow rve discover the Existence of the Soul Ibid
157
Of the Imagination or Fancy p 6l
168
From Revelation p
179
Of the Divine Understanding Wilt and Atti
209
All Intemperance against SelfLove j 212
213
That Humane Society is of Divine Institution
220
Adoration Fear and Love p
226
Moral Maxims of Piety p 234
234

That the World and Matter wot Created
48
Vf the Attributes of God in general
59
Of the Immmtnfity of Gad p 66
68
Of Providence and the Concurrence
100
Pf Right Reason Ibi4
109
A Definition of Right Reason p
115
A Vindication of Providence in giving us Pas
123
The Cmsc of the it Effect of the Pajftoni
127
Pliny Answered p 1490
150
ARecapitulation of the whole foregoing Dis courses p 237
240
Second Mark Ibid
241
Marks of true Miracles from Moses p
249
The Jews Inexcusable for not believin Christ
260
An Invincible Trots of the Miracles of Christ
285
The Bible the plainest and moil eafk proof of
291
Other Proofs of the Christian Religion
316
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