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BOOKS written by Mr Tho. CHUBB, and prin
ted for Tho. Cox, since the Publication of his Colle&tion of Tracts in Quarto, viz.
1. Discourse concerning reason, with regard to re
ligion and divine revelation. Wherein is shewn,
That reason either is, or that it ought to be, a sufficient guide in matters of religion. Occasioned by the Lord Bishop of London's second Pastoral Letter. To which are added, some reflexions upon the comparative excellency and usefulness of moral and positive duties. Occafioned by the controversy that has arisen (with respect to this fubject) upon the publication of Dr Clarke's Exposition of the Church Catechism. The second edition. Price Is.
II. An enquiry concerning the grounds and reasons, or what those principles are, upon which two of our anniversary folemnities are founded, viz. that on the 30th of January, being the day of the martyrdom of King Charles the First, appointed to be kept as a day of fafting; and that on the 5th of November, being the day of our deliverance from popery and Navery, by the happy arrival of his late Majesty, King William the Third, appointed to be kept as a day of thanksgiving. To which is added, The fufficiency of reason in matters of religion, farther confidered. Wherein is shewn, that reason, when carefully used and followed, is to every man, who is answerable to God for his actions, under any or all the most disadvantageous circumitances he can poffibly fall into, whether he resides in China, or at the Cape of Good Hope; a sufficient guide in matters of religion ; that is, it is sufficient to guide him to God's favour, and the happinefs of another world. Price is
: III. Four Tracts, vix. First, An enquiry concerning the books of the New Testament, whether they were written by divine inspiration, &c. Second, Remarks on Britannicus's letter, published in the London Journals of the 4th and 11th of April, 1724 ; and republished in the Journals of the 5th and 12th of April, 1729; containing an argument drawn from the single fact of Christ's resurrection, to prove the divinity of his mision. Wherein is Thewn, chat Britannicus's argument does not answer the purpose