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The Resource The christian philosopher : or, a divine essay on the principles of man's universal redemption, in Two Volumes. ... . Book I. Containing, The Cosmogony of Moses, or a Divine Essay on the Principles, and Causes, employed by Almighty God in the Creation of the World, and Formation of our Earth; demonstrating all along the Necessity of a divine Hand, both to adjust the Principles, actuate the Causes, and accelerate the Motions, that gave Being, Order, and Harmony to the six Days Work. To which are added, Remarks upon divers modern Philosophers, who, from their own unreasonable Notions, have laboured to undermine the Mosaick Plan of Creation. By Nicholas Robinson, M. D. A Member of the Royal College of Physicians, and Physician to Christ's-Hospital, London, (electronic resource)

The christian philosopher : or, a divine essay on the principles of man's universal redemption, in Two Volumes. ... . Book I. Containing, The Cosmogony of Moses, or a Divine Essay on the Principles, and Causes, employed by Almighty God in the Creation of the World, and Formation of our Earth; demonstrating all along the Necessity of a divine Hand, both to adjust the Principles, actuate the Causes, and accelerate the Motions, that gave Being, Order, and Harmony to the six Days Work. To which are added, Remarks upon divers modern Philosophers, who, from their own unreasonable Notions, have laboured to undermine the Mosaick Plan of Creation. By Nicholas Robinson, M. D. A Member of the Royal College of Physicians, and Physician to Christ's-Hospital, London, (electronic resource)

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The christian philosopher : or, a divine essay on the principles of man's universal redemption, in Two Volumes. ... . Book I. Containing, The Cosmogony of Moses, or a Divine Essay on the Principles, and Causes, employed by Almighty God in the Creation of the World, and Formation of our Earth; demonstrating all along the Necessity of a divine Hand, both to adjust the Principles, actuate the Causes, and accelerate the Motions, that gave Being, Order, and Harmony to the six Days Work. To which are added, Remarks upon divers modern Philosophers, who, from their own unreasonable Notions, have laboured to undermine the Mosaick Plan of Creation. By Nicholas Robinson, M. D. A Member of the Royal College of Physicians, and Physician to Christ's-Hospital, London
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The christian philosopher
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or, a divine essay on the principles of man's universal redemption, in Two Volumes. ... . Book I. Containing, The Cosmogony of Moses, or a Divine Essay on the Principles, and Causes, employed by Almighty God in the Creation of the World, and Formation of our Earth; demonstrating all along the Necessity of a divine Hand, both to adjust the Principles, actuate the Causes, and accelerate the Motions, that gave Being, Order, and Harmony to the six Days Work. To which are added, Remarks upon divers modern Philosophers, who, from their own unreasonable Notions, have laboured to undermine the Mosaick Plan of Creation. By Nicholas Robinson, M. D. A Member of the Royal College of Physicians, and Physician to Christ's-Hospital, London
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eng
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Uk-ES
Citation location within source
T99756
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English Short Title Catalog
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1697?-1775
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Robinson, Nicholas
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dictionaries
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  • Theological anthropology
  • Creation
  • Cosmogony
  • Philosophy and religion
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The christian philosopher : or, a divine essay on the principles of man's universal redemption, in Two Volumes. ... . Book I. Containing, The Cosmogony of Moses, or a Divine Essay on the Principles, and Causes, employed by Almighty God in the Creation of the World, and Formation of our Earth; demonstrating all along the Necessity of a divine Hand, both to adjust the Principles, actuate the Causes, and accelerate the Motions, that gave Being, Order, and Harmony to the six Days Work. To which are added, Remarks upon divers modern Philosophers, who, from their own unreasonable Notions, have laboured to undermine the Mosaick Plan of Creation. By Nicholas Robinson, M. D. A Member of the Royal College of Physicians, and Physician to Christ's-Hospital, London, (electronic resource)
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  • In ECCO, Eighteenth Century Collections Online
  • Pp.iii-vii of vol.2 contain a list of subscribers
  • Reproduction of original from British Library
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ESTCT99756
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2v.
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The christian philosopher : or, a divine essay on the principles of man's universal redemption, in Two Volumes. ... . Book I. Containing, The Cosmogony of Moses, or a Divine Essay on the Principles, and Causes, employed by Almighty God in the Creation of the World, and Formation of our Earth; demonstrating all along the Necessity of a divine Hand, both to adjust the Principles, actuate the Causes, and accelerate the Motions, that gave Being, Order, and Harmony to the six Days Work. To which are added, Remarks upon divers modern Philosophers, who, from their own unreasonable Notions, have laboured to undermine the Mosaick Plan of Creation. By Nicholas Robinson, M. D. A Member of the Royal College of Physicians, and Physician to Christ's-Hospital, London, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
  • In ECCO, Eighteenth Century Collections Online
  • Pp.iii-vii of vol.2 contain a list of subscribers
  • Reproduction of original from British Library
Control code
ESTCT99756
Dimensions
80
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
2v.
Form of item
electronic
Governing access note
Access restricted to subscribing institutions
Reformatting quality
not applicable
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote

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