Select Discourses Treating 1. Of the True Way or Method of Attaining to Divine Knowledge. 2. Of Superstition. 3. Of Atheism. 4. Of the Immortality of the Soul. 5. Of the Existence and Nature of God. 6. Of Prophecy. 7. Of the Difference between the Legal and the Evangelical righteousness, the Old and the New Covenant &. 8. of the Shortness of the Vanity of a Pharisaick Righteousness. 9. Of the Excellency and Nobleness of True Religion. 10. Of a Christians Conflicts with and a conquest over Satan; ( As also a Sermon preached by Simon Patrick at the Author's funeral with a brief account of his life and death ). John SMITH, John Worthington.
Select Discourses Treating 1. Of the True Way or Method of Attaining to Divine Knowledge. 2. Of Superstition. 3. Of Atheism. 4. Of the Immortality of the Soul. 5. Of the Existence and Nature of God. 6. Of Prophecy. 7. Of the Difference between the Legal and the Evangelical righteousness, the Old and the New Covenant &. 8. of the Shortness of the Vanity of a Pharisaick Righteousness. 9. Of the Excellency and Nobleness of True Religion. 10. Of a Christians Conflicts with and a conquest over Satan; ( As also a Sermon preached by Simon Patrick at the Author's funeral with a brief account of his life and death )

Select Discourses Treating 1. Of the True Way or Method of Attaining to Divine Knowledge. 2. Of Superstition. 3. Of Atheism. 4. Of the Immortality of the Soul. 5. Of the Existence and Nature of God. 6. Of Prophecy. 7. Of the Difference between the Legal and the Evangelical righteousness, the Old and the New Covenant &. 8. of the Shortness of the Vanity of a Pharisaick Righteousness. 9. Of the Excellency and Nobleness of True Religion. 10. Of a Christians Conflicts with and a conquest over Satan; ( As also a Sermon preached by Simon Patrick at the Author's funeral with a brief account of his life and death )

Cambridge: John Hayes for W. Morden, 1673. Second Corrected Edition. Hardcover. large 8vo. xxx + 512pp. Contemporary calf boards, rebacked (probably in the late nineteenth century ) with a leather spine with gilt titled spine label, and raised bands. A collection of essays by John Smith (1618-1652), who, along with Henry More (1614-1687), Ralph Cudworth (1617-1689), Benjamin Whichcote (1609-1683), John Worthington (1618-1671), and others was one of that group of seventeenth-century English thinkers associated with the University of Cambridge who are commonly referred to as the 'Cambridge Platonists.' Boards a bit chafed overall, particularly at extremities, edges of boards a bit darkened. Corners bumped and rubbed through, spine ends chafed with a tear and some loss at upper spine. Endpapers split at inner hinges but hinges sound, page edges and outer margins darkened, some minor browning to pages, a few pencil marks and creases. Otherwise an internally bright, sound VG copy. Item #33623

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