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Dialogues Founded Upon Butler's Analogy of Religion (Classic Reprint)

Dialogues Founded Upon Butler's Analogy of Religion (Classic Reprint)

by H. R. Huckin
     
 

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Excerpt from Dialogues Founded Upon Butler's Analogy of Religion

The history and design of this book may be briefly stated. The great work of Bishop Butler is now regarded with mixed feelings by various writers. By some it is stigmatized as obscure and unsatisfactory; to others it appears satisfactory, but still obscure. The character thus assigned to the book has

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Excerpt from Dialogues Founded Upon Butler's Analogy of Religion

The history and design of this book may be briefly stated. The great work of Bishop Butler is now regarded with mixed feelings by various writers. By some it is stigmatized as obscure and unsatisfactory; to others it appears satisfactory, but still obscure. The character thus assigned to the book has diminished the number of its readers. People are under a reasonable apprehension, that it is mere waste of time to study what is obscure, when the same can be found clearly expressed elsewhere. This, however, is much to be regretted: for no writer has combined, in greater degree, philosophical acumen and judicial fairness with a thoroughly religious tone of mind. And no work can be found, stating so completely, yet concisely, the principal grounds upon which natural and revealed religion claim the obedience of mankind.

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ISBN-13:
9781330238646
Publisher:
FB &c Ltd
Publication date:
06/27/2015
Pages:
470
Product dimensions:
6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.95(d)

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