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Deism revealed or, The attack on Christianity candidly reviewed in its real merits, as they stand in the celebrated writings of Lord Herbert, Lord Shaftesbury, Hobbes, Toland, Tindal, Collins, Mandeville, Dodwell, Woolston, Morgan, Chubb, and others. by Philip Skelton

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Published by A. Millar in London .
Written in English

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  • Deism -- Controversial literature

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Edition Notes

Other titlesThe attack on Christianity candidly reviewed in its real merits, Ophiomaches
ContributionsLloyd (bookplate), Trallwyn
The Physical Object
Pagination2 v.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19897923M

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In , the World Union of Deists published a book on deism, Deism: A Revolution in Religion, A Revolution in You written by its founder and director, Bob Johnson. This book focuses on what deism has to offer both individuals and society.   Parts of the book I really enjoyed and liked, other parts had me pulling my hair out. Overall there seems to be a lack of focus, but seeing as how a book on Deism could be summed up by saying, "We believe in God and reject any and all organized revealed religion's absolutisms," I'm not sure exactly what I expected/5.   Deism has a lot to offer both you and society! Deism is a natural religion, it is not a “revealed” religion which all claim to having received a revelation from God. Their various and conflicting holy books are based on these revelations, and many of their sincere followers actually have faith in, and believe in these holy books. It propels us from the false and destructive ancient myths of the "revealed" religions to a space-age belief system that is in line with our God-given reason. This book, written in a concise and cogent style, introduces the reader to Deism, a way of life that is free of the old conflicts between reason and religion/5(61).