An essay on moral obligation: with a view towards settling the controversy, concerning moral and positive duties in answer to two late pamphlets, the one entitled, The true foundation of natural and revealed religion asserted being a reply to the supplement to the treatise on the Christian sacraments, the other [long dash] Some reflections upon the comparative excellency and usefulness of moral and positive duties by Mr. Chubb
Printed by J.S. for W. Thurlbourn bookseller in Cambridge and sold by J. and J. Knapton ... and J. Stephens, 1731 - Christian ethics - 83 pages
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