THE DIFFICULTIES AND DISCOURAGEMENTS WHICH ATTEND THE STUDY OF THE SCRIPTURES IN THE WAY OF PRIVATE JUDGEMENT. IN ORDER TO SHOW, THAT, SINCE SUCH A STUDY OF THE SCRIPTURES IS MENS INDISPENSABLE DUTY, IT CONCERNS ALL CHRISTIAN SOCIETIES TO REMOVE (AS MUCH AS POSSIBLE) THOSE DISCOURAGEMENTS. IN A LETTER TO A YOUNG CLERGYMAN. BY A PRESBYTER OF THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND. THE SECOND EDITION. Francis Hare, Bishop of Chichester.
THE DIFFICULTIES AND DISCOURAGEMENTS WHICH ATTEND THE STUDY OF THE SCRIPTURES IN THE WAY OF PRIVATE JUDGEMENT. IN ORDER TO SHOW, THAT, SINCE SUCH A STUDY OF THE SCRIPTURES IS MENS INDISPENSABLE DUTY, IT CONCERNS ALL CHRISTIAN SOCIETIES TO REMOVE (AS MUCH AS POSSIBLE) THOSE DISCOURAGEMENTS. IN A LETTER TO A YOUNG CLERGYMAN. BY A PRESBYTER OF THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND. THE SECOND EDITION.
THE DIFFICULTIES AND DISCOURAGEMENTS WHICH ATTEND THE STUDY OF THE SCRIPTURES IN THE WAY OF PRIVATE JUDGEMENT. IN ORDER TO SHOW, THAT, SINCE SUCH A STUDY OF THE SCRIPTURES IS MENS INDISPENSABLE DUTY, IT CONCERNS ALL CHRISTIAN SOCIETIES TO REMOVE (AS MUCH AS POSSIBLE) THOSE DISCOURAGEMENTS. IN A LETTER TO A YOUNG CLERGYMAN. BY A PRESBYTER OF THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND. THE SECOND EDITION.
THE DIFFICULTIES AND DISCOURAGEMENTS WHICH ATTEND THE STUDY OF THE SCRIPTURES IN THE WAY OF PRIVATE JUDGEMENT. IN ORDER TO SHOW, THAT, SINCE SUCH A STUDY OF THE SCRIPTURES IS MENS INDISPENSABLE DUTY, IT CONCERNS ALL CHRISTIAN SOCIETIES TO REMOVE (AS MUCH AS POSSIBLE) THOSE DISCOURAGEMENTS. IN A LETTER TO A YOUNG CLERGYMAN. BY A PRESBYTER OF THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND. THE SECOND EDITION.

THE DIFFICULTIES AND DISCOURAGEMENTS WHICH ATTEND THE STUDY OF THE SCRIPTURES IN THE WAY OF PRIVATE JUDGEMENT. IN ORDER TO SHOW, THAT, SINCE SUCH A STUDY OF THE SCRIPTURES IS MENS INDISPENSABLE DUTY, IT CONCERNS ALL CHRISTIAN SOCIETIES TO REMOVE (AS MUCH AS POSSIBLE) THOSE DISCOURAGEMENTS. IN A LETTER TO A YOUNG CLERGYMAN. BY A PRESBYTER OF THE CHURCH OF ENGLAND. THE SECOND EDITION.

London, England: Printed for John Baker, at the Black Boy in Pater-Noster-Row, 1714. Second Edition. Pamphlet. Removed from a book of pamphlets. Leather remnants on spine. Edges neatly trimmed. Octavo, 7 1/2" x 4 3/4" pp. 47, [1]. Page numbers 9, 10, 15, 26, 31 trimmed.. Pages lightly tanned with little to no foxing. (ESTC T31848). Very good. Item #81684

47pp. Clean copy. Hare was censured by convocation. It was taken to be ironical; but it is not very clear whether or not he meant to defend or denounce Samuel Clarke and William Whiston, both of whom were probably much smarter, but as often happens married less well, at least financially. The pamphlet was often reprinted, in America as late as 1809, suggesting that religious thinking in America was about 100 years out of date.

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