Catalog Record: A new theory of the earth, from its original, to the consummation of all things : Wherein the creation of the world in six days, the universal deluge, and the general conflagration, as laid down in the Holy Scriptures, are shewn to be perfectly agreeable to reason and philosophy. With a large introduction concerning the genuine nature, style and extent of the Mosaick history of the creation | Hathi Trust Digital Library

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A new theory of the earth, from its original, to the consummation of all things : Wherein the creation of the world in six days, the universal deluge, and the general conflagration, as laid down in the Holy Scriptures, are shewn to be perfectly agreeable to reason and philosophy. With a large introduction concerning the genuine nature, style and extent of the Mosaick history of the creation / By William Whiston.

Main Author: Whiston, William, 1667-1752.
Language(s): English
Published: London ; Printed for Benj. and Sam Tooke..., 1722.
Edition: Third edition, with great improvements, additions and corrections.
Subjects: Bible and science.
Creation > Early works to 1800.
Physical Description: [4], 95, [1], 460 p., [1], 7 leaves of plates : ill. ; 20 cm.
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