The sceptism and fundamental errors establish'd in Samuel Clark's sermons, preach'd at St. Paul's, more fully discovered : [Being a def]ence of the remarks upon Mr. C's first volume of sermons, besides the contents of the said Remark's, and the nature of the demonstrations they contain more fully made to ... most of the following particulars are proved in a regular ... method; and the rest evidently made out, viz. ... Mr. G. has establish'd, so he owns Spinoza's hypothesis of material substance, in his pretended answer to the remarks. ... he makes creation absolutely impossible. ... the makes the essence of atheism, to consist in not being essen... originally, and fundamentally an atheist. ... that he makes, what he calls, God, a necessary agent. ... [th]at he reduces him to an absolute necessity of fate. That he makes it absolutely impossible for him to comply with any prayers directed to him; and consequently makes prayers and thanksgivings vain and useless. That he makes it impossible for him to alter or change the circumstances of men, either for the better or for the worse. That he fundamentally subverts the grounds of natural religion, and all genuine morality. The subject of his second volume of sermons. The author of the Remark's reputation is rescued from his undigested aspersions

Main Author: Carroll, William
Format: eBook
Published: London Printed for Jonathan Robinson, at the Golden Lyon in St. Paul's Church-Yard; and sold by John Nutt, near Stationers-Hall 1706, 1706
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Collection: Eighteenth Century Collections Online / ECCO - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Item Description:Anonymous. By William Carroll. - English Short Title Catalog, T181685. - Reproduction of original from Bodleian Library (Oxford)
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