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" Reason affords plain, obvious, certain Principles, by which a man may distinguish these, and form a proper judgment in the case; and which an honest upright Man may safely and securely stay his Mind upon, amidst the various and contrary Opinions that... "
An Enquiry Into the Ground and Foundation of Religion: Wherein is Shewn ... - Page iii
by Thomas Chubb - 1740 - 157 pages
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Chubb's Tracts

Thomas Chubb - 1732
...through what I propofed, and have, I think, plainly fliewed that religion ts founded in nature ; that is, there is a right and wrong, a true and falfe religion in nature -, and that nature or reafon affords fome plain and obvious principles by which a man may di/linguifi tnefe, and form a properjudgment in...
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Seigmund Jakob Baumgartens Nachrichten Von Merkwurdigen Buchern, Volume 5

Siegmund Jakob Baumgarten - 1750
...»erben fan. DXXIIII. 597. An Enquiry into the Ground and Foundation of Religion. Wherein is f hewn, that Religion is founded in Nature. That is , that...plain, obvious, certain principles, by which a man may .difiinguif he thefe , and form « 2 3 prepnr proper judgment in the cafe ; and which an honed upright...
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Bibliotheca anti-Quakeriana; or, A catalogue of books adverse to the Society ...

Joseph Smith (bookseller.) - Society of Friends - 1873 - 506 pages
...continued. VI. — An ENQUIRY into the Ground and Foundation of EELIGION. Wherein is shewn that Eeligion is founded in Nature. That is, that there is a right and wrong, a true and false Eeligion in Nature : And that Nature or Eeason affords plain, obvious, certain principles, by...
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Bibliotheca Anti-Quakeriana, Or, A Catalogue of Books Adverse to the Society ...

Joseph Smith - Electronic book - 1873 - 474 pages
...continued. VI. — An ENQUIRY into the Ground and Foundation of RELIGION. Wherein is shewn that Keligion is founded in Nature. That is, that there is a right and wrong, a true and false Religion in Nature : And that Nature or Reason affords plain, obvious, certain principles, by...
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