2 edition of Origines sacrae found in the catalog.
|Other titles||A rational account of the grounds of Christian faith.|
|Statement||by Edward Stillingfleet, B.D.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 619 [i.e. 615],  p. ;|
|Number of Pages||619|
Tillotson had already used the same theory in his The wisdom of being religious (London, ), perhaps deriving it from book II, ch. VIII, of Stillingfleet's, Edward Origines Sacrae (London, ). 67 See Reliquiae Baxterianae, III, 24–35; Bodleian Library, B. Cited by: The proofs of the truths of the gospel have been excellently well methodized, and enforced likewise, by bishop Stillingfleet, in his Origines Sacrae; by Grotius, in his book of the Truth of the Christian Religion; by Dr. Whitby, in his General Preface to his Commentary on the New Testament; and of late by Mr. Ditton, very argumentatively, in.
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Stillingfleet, Edward, Origines sacræ, or A rational account of the grounds of Christian faith, as to the truth and divine authority of the scriptures, and the matters therein contained. By Edvvard Stillingfleet rector of Sutton in Bedforshire. London: printed for R[obert].
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Origines Sacrae: or, A Rational Account of the Grounds of Natural and Revealed Religion; To Which is Added Part of Another Book Upon the Same Subject, Left Unfinished by the Author; Together with A Letter to a Deist (new edition, 2 volumes; Oxford: At the Clarendon Press, ), by Edward Stillingfleet (page images at HathiTrust).
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Stillingfleet Origines Sacrae Anglican Doctrine Pagan Rituals Mythology Edward Stillingfleet was a 17th-century British theologian known for his defensive views on Anglicanism.
Origines Sacrae or a Rational Account of the Christian Faith as to the Truth and Divine Authority of the Scriptures.
By Edward Stillingfleet. - London - Henry Mortlock Stillingfleet's work aims to defend the account in the book of Genesis.
Edward Stillingfleet ( - ) was a British theologian and scholar. He was also a preacher. Origines Sacrae () began with a comprehensive analysis of flaws in ancient historians, as a way of defending the account in the Book of Genesis. It argued against the Pre-Adamite theories of Isaac La Peyrère, and took a very critical line with the older theories of ancient British origins, and the writings of Annius of Viterbo.
BOOK II. BOOK III. ERRATA. ORIGINES SACRAE: The Truth of Scripture-History asserted. BOOK I. CHAP. The obscurity and defect of Ancient History. ORIGINES SACRAE, OR A Rational Account of the Grounds OF Christian Faith, AS TO THE TRUTH AND Divine Authority OF THE SCRIPTURES.
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Leaf, book by Edward Stillingfleet, “Origines Sacrae, Or, A Rational Account of the Grounds of Christian Faith, as to the Truth and Divine Authority of the Scriptures, and Matters Therein Contained,” page" x " ($) Edward Stillingfleet ( –) was a British theologian, scholar, and outstanding preacher as well.
Get this from a library. Origines sacræ: or, a rational account of the grounds of natural and reveal'd religion.: the eighth edition. To which is now added part of another book upon the same subject, Written A.D. MDCXCVII. Publish'd from the Author's Own Manuscript.
By the Right Reverend Father in God, Edward Stillingfleet, D.D. Late Lord Bishop of Worcester. Stillingfleet Origines Sacrae Anglican Doctrine Pagan Rituals Mythology. Edward Stillingfleet was a 17 th-century British theologian known for his defensive views on published his apologetics in his work ‘A Rational Account of the Grounds of Christian Faith’, but what makes this work so valuable is his extensive descriptions of pagan rituals – Phoenician, Egyptian Seller Rating: % positive.
Origines sacrae (2) contains quotations from the ‘Ethics’, especially from the Appendix to Part 1, and on the highest good from Tractatus de emendatione intellectus.
Like many of his orthodox Dutch adversaries, it becomes evident that Stillingfleet also considered that the theist notions of Spinoza, ‘a strict follower of Des Cartes’s.Origines sacræ. Or A rational account of the grounds of Christian faith, as to the truth and divine authority of the Scriptures, and the matters therein contained.
(Book, )  Get this from a library! Author of Irenicum, The mischief of separation, The doctrines and practices of the Church of Rome truly represented, A reply to Mr.
J.S. his 3d appendix, Origines sacrae, A rational account of the grounds of Protestant religion, Origines sacræ: or, a rational account of the grounds of natural and reveal'd religion, A sermon preached White-Hall, February the 19th, /6.