A Dissertation upon the tenth chapter of the fourth book of Mr. Locke's Essay concerning Humane Understanding. Wherein that author's endeavours to establish Spinoza's atheistical hypothesis ... are ... confuted. To which is subjoyn'd; A short account of the sense wherein the titles of, and the reasonings in the following pernicious books are to be understood, viz. The Reasonableness of Christianity [by John Locke]; Christianity not mysterious [by John Toland]; The Rights of the Christian Church [by Matthew Tindal], etc

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John Nutt, 1706 - 292 pages
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