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"A letter to a deist, in answer to several objections against the truth and authority of the scriptures "
London: "printed by W. G., and are to be sold by Mr. Pitt", 1677 London: "printed by W. G., and are to be sold by Mr. Pitt". 1677. "First edition, 8vo, pp. [8], 135, [1], [8] ads; contemporary and probably original full red goatskin, double gilt rules on covers enclosing a central foliate panel with fleurons in the corners, gilt-decorated spine in 6 compartments, a.e.g.; light rubbing at extremities, else very good and sound. One of Stillingfleet's major works published just before he became dean of St. Paul's. The identity of the deist in question here is not revealed, but it is clear that Stillingfleet is responding to a published work. In his preface he speaks of a vogue for the recent writings of Spinoza, and of the possibility of a forthcoming English translation, which wasn't issued until 1689. Wing S5600; CBEL II, 1615."
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