Catalog Record: The sacred theory of the earth: containing an account of its original creation, and of all the general changes, which it hath undergone, or is to undergo, until the consummation of all things. In two volumes. The first books concerning the deluge, and Paradise: the two last concerning the general conflagration, and the new heavens and new earth. With a review of the theory, especially in reference to Scripture | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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The sacred theory of the earth: containing an account of its original creation, and of all the general changes, which it hath undergone, or is to undergo, until the consummation of all things. In two volumes. The first books concerning the deluge, and Paradise: the two last concerning the general conflagration, and the new heavens and new earth. With a review of the theory, especially in reference to Scripture. By Thomas Burnet ...

Main Author: Burnet, Thomas, 1635?-1715.
Language(s): English ; Latin
Published: London, Printed for T. Osborn [etc.] 1759.
Edition: The 7th ed.
Subjects: Cosmology.
Creation > Early works to 1800.
Physical Description: 2 v. front. (v. 1, port.) illus., plates (part fold.) diagr. 21 cm.
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