The reasons of the Christian Religion: The first part, of Godliness: proving by natural evidence the being of God, the necessity of holiness, and a future life of retribution; the sinfulness of the world; the desert of Hell; and what hope of recovery mercies intimate.The second part, of Christianity: proving by evidence supernatural and natural, the certain truth of the Christian belief: and answering the objections of unbelievers. Also an appendix, defending the soul's immortality against the Somatists of Epicureans, and other pseudo philosophers. [With a portrait.]
London: R. White, for F. Titon, at the three Daggers in Fleet-Street, 1667
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604 p. ; 4º.
Author - Kidderminster