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Context of Considerations on the theory of religion : In three parts. I. Want of universality in natural and revealed religion, no just objection against either. II. The scheme of divine providence with regard to the time and manner of the several dispensations of revealed religion, more especially the Christian. III. The progress of natural religion and science, or the continual improvement of the world in general. The third edition, corrected and enlarged. To which are added, two discourses; the former, on the life and character of Christ; the latter, on the benefit procured for us by his death. With an appendix, concerning the use of the word Soul in Holy Scripture; and the state of death there described. And an index to the whole. By Edmund Law, D.D. Archdeacon of Carlisle, and master of St. Peter's College in Cambridge, (electronic resource)
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