The History and Philosophy of Judaism: Or, A Critical and Philosophical Analysis of the Jewish Religion. From which is Offered a Vindication of Its Genius, Origin, and Authority, and of the Connection with the Christian, Against the Objections and Misrepresentations of Modern Infidels
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Page 287 - greater than all gods, for, in the thing " wherein they dealt proudly, he was above
Page 322 - have taught you ftatutes and judgments, " even as the Lord my God commanded me,
Page 262 - religion. Accordingly feveral " tribes have been difcovered in America, " which have no idea whatever of a Supreme " Being, and no rites of religious worfhip.
Page 262 - effect, or to fuppofe that he mould rife " from the contemplation of the one to the " knowledge of the other, and form juft " conceptions of a Deity, as the Creator