The divine legation of Moses demonstrated : on the principles of a religious deist, from the omission of the doctrine of a future state of reward and punishment in the Jewish dispensation. In six books
Volume 1: Books I-III -- Volume 2: Books IV-VI ; An appendix: containing, some remarks on a late book, intituled, Future rewards and punishments believed by the ancients, particularly the philosophers; wherein some objections of the Reverend Mr. Warburton, in his Divine legation of Moses, are considered / [J. Tillard?]
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