« PoprzedniaDalej »
I. THE UNIVERSAL RESTORATION : exhibited in four Dialogues between
a Minister and his Friend; comprehending the substance of several real conversations which the author had with various persons both in America and Europe on that interesting subject: chiefly designed fully to state and fairly to answer, the most common objections that are brought against it, from the Scriptures. By Elhanan Winchester. THOUGHTS ON THE DIVINE GOODNESS, relative to the Governint of Moral Agents, particularly displayed in Future Rewards and Punish
ts. Translated from the French of Ferdinand Olivier Petitpierre, formerly Lister of Chaux-de-Fond.
E TWENTY-FOURTH AND TWENTY-FIFTH CHAPTERS OF
By Hosea Ballou, 2d.
LUSTRATIONS OF THE DIVINE GOVERNMENT. By T. Southod Smith, M. D.
ION : or a Treatise of the Consanguinity and Affinity between Christ and
ing. V. THE RESTORATION OF ALL THINGS: or a Vindication of the
oodness and Grace of God, to be manifested at last, in the recovery of his Vhole Creation out of their Fall. By Jeremiah White, Chaplain to Oliver Cromwell.
VIII. TEN LETTERS ADDRESSED TO MR. PAINE, in answer to his pamphlet, entitled, The Age of Reason: containing some clear and satisfying evidences of the truth of Divine Revelation ; and especially of the Resurrection and Ascension of Jesus. By Elhanan Winchester. IX: THE EVERLASTING GOSPEL, commanded to be preached by Jesus Christ, Judge of the Living and the Dead, unto all creatures, (Mark xvi. 15,) concerning the Eternal Redemption found out by him, whereby Devil, Sin, Hell
, and Death, shall at last be abolished, and the whole creation restored to its primitive purity; being a testimony against the present anti-christian world. By Paul Seigvolck.
MINISTER AND HIS
AND HIS FRIEND;
COMPREHENDING TAE SUBSTANCE OF SEVERAL REAL, CONVERSATIONS WHICH THE AUTHOR HAD
WITH VARIOUS PERSONS BOTH IN AMERICA AND EUROPE ON THAT
| FILLY TO STATE, AND FAIRLY TO ANSWER THE MOST COMMON OBJECTIONS THAT ARE BROUGHT
AGAINST IT, FROM THE
BY ELHANAN WINCHESTER.