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Henry More
1708 Theological Works Henry More Antichrist Idolatry Biblical First Edition
Joseph Downing London. 1708 The theological works of Henry More fellow of Christ's College Cambridge Printed and sold by Joseph Downing London The theological works of the most pious and learned Henry More . containing an explanation of the general mystery of godliness, and enquiry into the mystery of iniquity ; in two parts . according to the author's improvements in his Latin edition First edition, folio, pp. 856; engraved frontispiece portrait. Title page 1706- the second part of the Enquiry into the mystery of iniquity containing a compendious prospect into those prophecies of the Holy Spirit wherein the reign of Antichrist or the Degeneracy of the church (After page 515) The apocalypse , Daniels prediction of demon worship, rider of white horse, lamentation over Babylon More was a rationalist theologian. He attempted to use the details of 17th-century mechanical philosophy--as developed by René Descartes--to establish the existence of immaterial substance. More (1712) rejected Cartesian dualism on the following grounds: "It would be easier for me to attribute matter and extension to the soul, than to attribute to an immaterial thing the capacity to move and be moved by the body.' His difficulties with Cartesian Dualism arose, not from an inability to understand how material and immaterial substances could interact, but from an unwillingness to accept any unextended entity as any kind of real entity. More continues "...it is plain that if a thing be at all it must be extended." So for More 'spirit' too must be extended. This led him to the idea of a 'fourth dimension" i … [Click Below for Full Description]
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