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Num   SUBJECTS (1-9 of 9) Year Entries
22 Found
1 Jackson, John, 1686-1763.   5
2 Jackson, John, 1686-1763. : Animadversions upon a late pamphlet, entituled, Christian liberty asserted; and the scripture doctrine of the trinity vindicated. By a clergyman in the country.  1735 1
3 Jackson, John, 1686-1763. : Some additional letters to the Revd. Mr. Jackson : from William Dudgeon a gentleman in Berwickshire. With Mr. Jackson's answers to Them, concerning God's Moral Government of the World; The Nature of Necessity and Fate, and of Liberty of Action: and the Foundation, Distinction, and Consequences of Virtue and Vice, Good and Evil. Written In the Year 1737; and occasioned by two Books written by Mr. Jackson. One Entituled, The Existence and Unity of God proved from his Nature and Attributes. The Other being the Defence of it.  1737 1
4 Jackson, John, 1686-1763. : Several letters to the Revd. Mr. Jackson : from William Dudgeon a gentleman in Berwickshire. With Mr. Jackson's answers to them. Concerning The Immensity and Unity of God; The Existence of material and spiritual Substance; God's moral Government of the World; The Nature of Necessity and Fate, and of Liberty of Action: and the Foundation, Distinction, and Consequences of Virtue and Vice, Good and Evil. Written in the years 1735 and 1736; and occasioned by two books written by Mr. Jackson, one entituled The existence and unity of God proved from his nature and attributes. The other being the defence of it.  1737 1
5 Jackson, John, 1686-1763.   2
6 Jackson, John, 1686-1763.   4
7 Jackson, John, 1686-1763.   5
8 Jackson, John, 1686-1763.   2
9 Jackson, John, 1686-1763. : An enquiry into the ideas of space, time, immensity, and eternity; As also the Self-Existence, Necessary Existence, and Unity of the Divine Nature: in answer to a book lately publish'd by Mr. Jackson, entitled, The existence and unity of God proved from his Nature and Attributes. By Edmund Law, M. A. Fellow of Christ-College in Cambridge. To which is added, a dissertation upon the Argument a Priori for proving the Existence of a First Cause. By a learned hand.  1734 1
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