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An elegant and learned discourse of the light of nature, with several other treatises

An elegant and learned discourse of the light of nature, with several other treatises

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Published by Printed by T.R. and E.M. for John Rothwell ... in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Religion -- Philosophy

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesThe light of nature, Spiritual opticks
    StatementNathanael Culverwel ..
    SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 813:6
    ContributionsDillingham, William, 1617?-1689
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination[16], 215, [1], 212 p
    Number of Pages215
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15038234M

    This is a facsimile or image-based PDF made from scans of the original book. MARC Record: KB: MAchine-Readable Cataloging record. Kindle: KB: This is an E-book formatted for Amazon Kindle devices. EBook PDF: MB: This text-based PDF or EBook was created from the HTML version of this book and is part of the Portable Library of. Book: Earth-Hunger and Other Essays () William Graham Sumner: An Elegant and Learned Discourse of the Light of Nature: Nathaniel Culverwell: Book: Book: An Essay on the Nature and Conduct of the Passions and Affections (, ) Francis Hutcheson:

    I dare not mention the desperate consequences that attend this imagination, being affrighted, among other things, by a little treatise lately sent me (upon the occasion of a discourse on this subject) by my worthy and learned friend Dr Ward, entitled “Fides Divina;” wherein its author, whoever he be, from some principles of this nature, and. Two discourses concerning the Holy Spirit and his work: the one of the Spirit as a comforter; the other, as he is the author of spiritual gifts Read online. Owen, John. The works of the late Reverend and learned John Owen: containing several scarce and valuable discourses; with A display of Arminianism. Read online.

    ON THE CREATION{*} {**Yonge's title, A Treatise on the Account of the Creation of the World, as Given by Moses.} I. (1) Of other lawgivers, some have set forth what they considered to be just and reasonable, in a naked and unadorned manner, while others, investing their ideas with an abundance of amplification, have sought to bewilder the people, by burying the truth under a heap of fabulous. Guyon, Madame Jeanne Marie Bouvier de la Mothe () (8 classics) [Author Info] Spiritual Progress. Autobiography of Madame Guyon.


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AN ELEGANT And Learned DISCOURSE Of the Light of Nature, With several other TREATISES: Viz. The Schisme. The Act of Oblivion.

The Childes Returne. The Panting Soul. Mount Ebal. The White Stone. Spiritual Opticks. The Worth of Souls. By NATHANAEL CULVERWEL, Master of Arts, and lately Fellow of EMANUEL Colledge in CAMBRIDGE. Imprimatur, EDM. CALAMY. Get this from a library. An elegant, and learned discourse of the light of nature: with several other treatises.

[Nathanael Culverwel; William Dillingham]. The Discourse itself was published together with eight such exercises, including Spiritual Opticks, in AN / ELEGANT / And Learned / DISCOURSE / Of the / Light of Nature, / With several other / TREATISES: /. Get this from a library. An elegant and learned discourse of the light of nature: with several other treatises: viz.

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An elegant and learned discourse of the light of nature, with several other treatises Nathanael Culverwel By d. Nathanael Culverwel and. William Dillingham. Abstract [16],[1], uction of original in Huntington Library."The discourse of the light of nature" p. [11] at front."Spiritual opticks.

Get this from a library. An elegant and learned discourse of the light of nature. [Nathanael Culverwel; Robert A Greene; Hugh MacCallum] -- Composed in a period of religious and political upheaval, Culverwell's "Discourse of the Light of Nature" is an imaginative statement of the teachings of Christian humanism concerning the nature and.

Nathanael Culverwel is the author of Elegant and Learned Discourse of the Light of Nature ( avg rating, 1 rating, 0 reviews), An Elegant And Learned /5(1). Full text of "Of the Light of Nature: A Discourse" See other formats. In Dillingham published ‘An Elegant and Learned Discourse of the Light of Nature, with several other Treatises, viz.

the Schism, the Act of Oblivion, the Child's Return, the Panting Soul, Mount Ebal, the White Stone, Spiritual Optics, the Worth of Souls, by Nathanael Culverwel, M.A., and lately fellow of Emmanuel College, Cambridge.’.

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and E.M. for John Rothwell. [16], p. 4 o. A source for Locke’s early views on ethics and natural law. Wing C Reprint: edited by Robert A. Greene and Hugh MacCallum. – Toronto ; Buffalo. An Elegant and Learned Discourse of the Light of Nature is a concerted effort at intellectual mediation in the deep religious dispute of the English civil war in the seventeenth century.

On one side was the antinomian assertion of extreme Calvinists that the elect were redeemed by God’s free grace and thereby free from ordinary moral obligations.

An Elegant and Learned Discourse of the Light of Nature is a concerted effort at intellectual mediation in the deep religious dispute ofthe English civil war in the seventeenth one side was the antinomian assertion of extreme Calvinists that the elect were redeemed by God’s free grace and thereby free from ordinary moral obligations.

Chap. The Introduction []. It having been shewn in the foregoing discourse, 1. That Adam had not, either by natural right of fatherhood, or by positive donation from God, any such authority over his children, or dominion over the world, as is pretended. That if he had, his heirs, yet, had no right to it: 3.

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