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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Butler, Joseph, 1692-1752.
Bishop Butler's Analogy of religion, natural and revealed, to the constitution and course of nature.
New York, Harper & brothers, 1852
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Joseph Butler; Robert Emory; George Richard Crooks
|Notes:||Includes two dissertations: Of personal identity. Of the nature of virtue.|
|Description:||xc, 79-368 pages 20 cm|
|Contents:||Of a future life --
Of the government of God by rewards and punishments; and particularly of the latter --
Of the moral government of God --
Of a state of probation, as implying trial, difficulties, and danger --
Of a state of probation, as intended for moral discipline and improvement --
Of the opinion of necessity, considered as influencing practice --
Of the government of God, considered as a scheme or constitution, imperfectly comprehended.
|Other Titles:||Analogy of religion.|
|Responsibility:||With an Analysis, left unfinished by the late Rev. Robert Emory, completed and edited, with a life of Bishop Butler, notes and index, by G.R. Crooks.|