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Balguy, John, 1686-1748. : Moral and Christian benevolence. A sermon, containing some reflections upon Mr. Balguy's essay on moral goodness; preach'd before the University of Oxford, on July the 25th, 1734. By the Reverend Tipping Silvester, ...
Balguy, John, 1686-1748. -- Sermons. : Sermons on the following subjects : viz. I. Virtue glorious, vice infamous. II. The Servitude of Sin. III. Connection between Duty and Happiness. IV. Diversity of Opinion no just Cause of Discord. V. Haman and Mordecal. VI. Reason and Religion. Vii. On Education. Viii. Spiritual Worship. IX. The Vanity and Vexation of irregular Desires. X. The Wisdom of regarding Counsel, and the Folly of rejecting it. XI. The Causes and Consequences of intellectual Darkness. XII. The Causes and Consequences of intellectual Darkness. XIII. The Duty of loving our Enemies. XIV. Future Rewards proportionable to present Improvements. XV. Occasioned by a Public Collection for the Propagation of the Gospel, &c. XVI. The Folly and Wretchedness of an Atheistic Inclination. XVII. God's Government of the World a sure and most joyful Truth. XVIII. The Dignities and Distinctions of Human Nature. XIX. Natural and Moral Proofs of a Future State. XX. Natural and Moral Proofs of a Future State. By John Balguy, M. A. Late Vicar of North-Allerton, in the County of York, and Prebendary of Sarum.