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antidote against atheisme or an appeal to the natural faculties of the minds of man, whether there be nota God .... by More, Henry

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  1. T he grand Truth which we are now to be imployed about and to prove, is, That there is a God: And I made choice of this Subject as very seasonable for the Times we are in, and are coming on, wherein Divine Providence more universally loosening the minds of men from the awe and tyranny of mere accustomary Superstition, and permitting a freer perusal of matters of Religion then in former .   The Sun that hears and sees all things: and this is very near the true Notion of a God.. 9. But be this universal Religious Worship what it will, as absurd as you please to fancy it, yet it will not fail to reach very far for the proving of a Deity'.For there are no natural Faculties in things that have not their Object in the world; as there is meat as well as mouths, sounds as well as. An Antidote Against Atheism Author: Henry More: Publisher: J. Flesher, and are to be sold by William Morden bookseller in Cambridge, Original from: the Bavarian State Library: Digitized: Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan. A Collection of several Philosophical Writings of Dr. Henry More was first published in and includes his Antidote against Atheism, with the Appendix, Enthusiasmus Triumphatus, Letters to Des Cartes, &c., Immortality of the Soul, and Conjectura Cabbalistica. A fourth edition, corrected and much enlarged, was published in , with notes.'.

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