3 edition of The religious stoic: or A short discourse on these several subjects found in the catalog.
The religious stoic: or A short discourse on these several subjects
Mackenzie, George Sir
by Edinburgh printed, and reprinted at London, and are to be sold by R. Taylor near Stationers-Hall in [London]
Written in English
|Other titles||Short discourse on these several subjects, Virtuoso, or stoick|
|Genre||Early works to 1800|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 1954:24|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 165, 167-170,  p|
|Number of Pages||170|
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The religious stoic, or, A short discourse on these several subjects: viz. of atheism, superstition, world's creation, eternity, providence, theology, strictness of churches, of the scriptures, of the moral and judicial law, of monsters, of man and his creation, of the immortality of the soul, of faith and reason of the fall of angels, and what their sin was, of man's fall, of the stile of Genesis why man fell, a.
The religious stoic: or A short discourse on these several subjects book religious stoic, or, A short discourse on these several subjects: viz. of atheism, superstition, world's creation, eternity, providence, theology, strictness of churches, of the scriptures, of the moral and judicial law, of monsters, of man and his creation, of the immortality of the soul, of faith and reason, of the fall of angels, and what their sin was, of man's fall, of the stile of Genesis, why man fell, a.
The religious stoic: or A short discourse on these several subjects: viz. Of atheism. Superstition. Worlds creation. Eternity, providence, theology. Strickness of churches. Of the scriptures. Of the moral and judicial law. Of monsters. Of man and his creation.
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