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De Futuro Impiorum StatuLibri Tres, Ubi Advers Deistas, Nuperos Origenistas, Aliosque Novatores Ecclesi? Catholicae Doctrina De Poenarum Inferni
Venetiis -Ex Typographia Remondiniana 1764 - A scarcework of theology which considers the future state of ungodly, from the opinion of deists, heretics and modern followers of Origen. Written in Latin. Adorned with many beautifully engraved head and tail pieces, illuminated capitals, anda vignette title page. Includes arguments showing the reality,character and eternity of infernal punishments, and discussion of how this position is entertained by Jews, Muslims and other inhabitants of Asia and America, as well as by orthodox Christians. It is asserted that, contrary to such heterodox believers as Socinians, all nations in the world, both now and in the past, have agreed about the torments of the ungodly after death. (Catalogue of The Antiquarian Library Of Emeritus Professor David A. Pailin)Patuzzi (1700-1769) was a DominicanFrom the private library of theologian and professor in philosophy, David A. Pailin. Condition: In original full vellum binding with handwritten spine label. Externally, rubbing to the boards and extremities,as well assunning to the spine. Marks to the rear board and evidence of past worming to the spine. Both hinges are starting. Internally, generally firmly bound and bright. Instances of lightbackground foxing throughout,and evidence of past worming to the rear pastedown. David Pailin's bookplate to the front pastedown. Overall: VERY GOOD. [Attributes: Hard Cover]
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