Monsieur Pascall's thoughts, meditations, and prayers, touching matters moral and divine, as they were found in his papers after his death. Together with a discourse upon Monsieur Pascall's thoughts, wherein is shewn what was his design. As also another discourse on the proofs of the truth of the Book of Moses. And a treatise, wherein is made appear that there are demonstrations of a different nature, but as certain as those of geometry, and that such may be given of the Christian religion. Done into English by Jos. Walker. Licensed by R.M.
|Main Author:||Pascal, Blaise, 1623-1662.|
London, Printed for Jacob Tonson at the Judge's Head in Chancery-lane near Fleet-street, 1688.
Apologetics > Early works to 1800.
"Discourse upon Monsieur Pascall's Thoughts" and the "Discourse on the proofs of the truth of the books of Moses" were written by DuBois de la Cour, i.e. J. Filleau de la Chaise. cf. Brit. Mus. Catalogue.
21 p. l., 375 p.
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