A dialogue: representing the delusion, the danger, and, the mischief, of being Christians without Christianity. Written originally by the Right Reverend Father in God, Thomas Wilson, D.D. Bishop of the Isles of Sodor and Man. Being an extract from his treatise, intituled: "The knowledge and practice of Christianity made easy to the " meanest capacities. Or, An Essay towards an instruction for the Indians." "Which will likewise be of use to all such, who are " called Christians; but have not well considered the "meaning of the religion, they profeses: or, who pro " fess to know God; but, in their Works, Deny Him."
printed by Cruttwell
1775, MDCCLXXV. 
|Collection:||Eighteenth Century Collections Online / ECCO - Collection details see MPG.ReNa|
|Item Description:||An author's preface quoted on t.p. - Edited by John Rhuddle, who signs the "Advertizement. - English Short Title Catalog, T11821. - Half-title: 'Bishop Wilson's dialogue: representing the delusion, the danger, and the mischief, of being Christians without Christianity.'. - Reproduction of original from British Library|
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