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THEORY of RELIGION:
IN THREE PARTS.
I. Want of Universality in Natural and Rcveal'd Religion, no just objection against either.
II. The scheme of Divine Providence with regard to the 'Time and Manner of the several Dispensations of Reveal'd Religion, more especially the Christian.
HI. The Progress of Natural Religion and Science, or the continual Improvement of the World in general.
To which are added,
The former, on the Life and Character of C H RIS T; the latter, on the benefit procured by his Death, in regard to our Mortality.
With an APPENDIX, Concerning the use of the word SOUL in Holy Scripture j and the state of the Dead there described.
THE SIXTH EDITION.
EDMUND, Lord Bishop ot CARLISLE.
Printed by J. Archdeacon, Printer to the UNIVERSITY;
For J. Robson, in New Bond-Street, B. White, in Fleet-Streets T.Caoill, in the Strand, London; and T. & J. Merrill, in Cambridge.