An essay on moral obligation: : with a view towards settling the controversy, concerning moral and positive duties in answer to two late pamphlets, the one entitled, The true foundation of natural and revealed religion asserted being a reply to the supplement to the treatise on the Christian sacraments, the other [long dash] Some reflections upon the comparative excellency and usefulness of moral and positive duties by Mr. Chubb.
|Main Author:||Johnson, Thomas, 1702 or 1703-1737.|
|Other Authors:||Thurlbourn, William, -1768,, Knapton, James, -1738,, Knapton, John, 1696-1770,, Stephens, J. -1765,|
London : Printed by J.S. for W. Thurlbourn bookseller in Cambridge and sold by J. and J. Knapton ... and J. Stephens ..., 1731.
> Comparative excellence and obligation of moral and positive duties.
Sykes, Arthur Ashley, > 1683 or 4-1756. > True foundations of natural and reveal'd religion asserted.
Christian ethics > Early works to 1800.
Deism > Early works to 1800.
Attributed to Thomas Johnson by ESTC.
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Bound with: Divine rectitude, or, A brief inquiry concerning the moral perfections of the Deity, 1730 -- Divine benevolence, or, An attempt to prove that the principle end of the divine providence and government is the happiness of his creatures, 1731 -- A letter to a Deist, concerning the beauty and excellency of moral virtue and the support and improvement which it receives from the Christian revelation, 1732 -- A second letter to a Deist, concerning a late book entitled Christianity as old as the creation, 1731 -- The foundation of moral goodness, or, A further inquiry into the original idea of virtue, 1731 -- The second part of The foundation of moral goodness, 1729 -- The law of truth, or, The obligations of reason essential to all religion, 1733.
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|Original Classification Number:||BL 2773 .J64 1731|
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