The Belief of the Jewish People and of the Most Eminent Gentile Philosophers, More Especially of Plato and Aristotle, in a Future State: Briefly Considered; Including an Examination Into Some of the Leading Principles Contained in Bishop Warburton's Divine Legation of Moses; In a Discourse Preached Before the University of Oxford at St. Mary's, March 30, 1828; With Notes and an Appendix

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The following Discourse, delivered upwards of six months since, was not originally intended for publication. It is committed to the press with the sanction of a learned friend, whose opinion the author considers of great value. It was thought that a brief statement of an important question might not be without advantage to others engaged in the same inquiries. The controversies that arose when the Divine Legation of Warburton was first published have long since died away, nor is it necessary to awaken them again, except as far as the chief subject of dispute is connected with the acquisition of religious truth itself. An examination into the belief of Jew or Gentile in the soul's immortality before the coming of our Saviour, can never cease to be an interesting question to the Christian philosopher.

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