Works of Jacob Behmen: The Teutonic Philosopher 1764, Part 3
Volume 3. This volume contains the works of Jacob Behmen, better known as Jakob Bohme, the German mystic. His philosophy was especially concerned with the problem of evil and rested on the thesis of the dualism of God. His writings were a strong influence on the development of idealism, Romanticism and theology, particularly of Quakers and Pietists. Found in this volume is The Mysterium Magnum or an explanation of the first Book of Moses, called Genesis, in three parts; and Four Tables of Divine Revelation, with figures, illustrating his principles. Due to the age and scarcity of the original we reproduced, some pages may be spotty, faded or difficult to read. Written in Old English.
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