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Self-love and vertue reconciled only by religion

Self-love and vertue reconciled only by religion

or an essay to prove that the only effectual obligation of mankind to practise vertue, depends on the existence and will of God. Together with an occasional proof of the necessity of revelation. ...

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Published by printed for Richard Hett in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesEighteenth century -- reel 6129, no. 02.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination[2],37,[1]p.
Number of Pages37
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16988057M

9 RobertBurton, II64o.. 98 Sir alte Raligh 91 Philautia, or Self-Love, a Cause of M[el The Folly of Ambition and Power of anrleholy. and loved only the name of being swithe feawa tha theawas. And one example, whether love or feare doth worke more in a childe, for vertue and learning, I will gladlie report: which. Not only being reconciled shall we be saved by Christ's life, but we also joy in God through Christ from whom we have received the atonement. The old fear which skulks away behind the trees of the garden is gone. Clinging to the Cross of Christ we behold the face of the Father, and "with joy we draw water out of the wells of salvation.

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Written on Occasion of many small Treatises on this Subject appearing of late in the World. On re-reading this book ten years after I wrote it, I find its chief faults to be those two which I myself least easily forgive in the books of other men: needless obscurity, and an uncharitable temper. they give place to the search of this but only suspected desire.

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