Theological criticisms. Or hints of the philosophy of man and nature. In six lectures. To which are appended two poetical scraps, and dogmas of infidelity. F. W. Adams, M. D.
Theological criticisms. Or hints of the philosophy of man and nature. In six lectures. To which are appended two poetical scraps, and dogmas of infidelity

Theological criticisms. Or hints of the philosophy of man and nature. In six lectures. To which are appended two poetical scraps, and dogmas of infidelity

Montpelier, [Vt.]: published by J. E. Thompson, 1843. Small 8vo, pp. xv, [1], [17]-216; 32; original green floral-patterned cloth a bit soiled and worn at extremities, front hinge starting, prelims a bit foxed; all else good and sound. "Theology unconnected with Morality, was a phantom which had seduced or frightened the world into its most terrible and exterminating evils. And that even Christianity, in which Morality, as it seems to have been particularly intended, strikingly predominates over Theology, has been the subject and occasion of the most cruel and murderous dissention." (Note to the Reader). Gilman, Bibliography of Vermont, pp. 1-2: "Dr. Adams was an eminent physician in Vermont, and for many years a resident of Montpelier, where he died in December 1858, aged 71." Item #54934

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