Discourses, on Various Subjects, Intended to Have Been Delivered in Philadelphia. to which are added, Some Others, Selected from the Same Author.

By: Priestley, Joseph

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Rebacked with new endpapers & flyleaves, probably in the mid-20th century - boards and corners appear to be original, as they are rubbed more than the spine. Minor loss of gilt from titles, hinges reinforced, first section of pages lightly stained & foxed. 1805 Half-Leather. We have more books available by this author!. 385 pp. 8vo. A collection of essays by the 18th century theologian and chemist credited with the discovery of oxygen and several other gases, the invention of soda water, and known for his writings on topics such as electricity, grammar, history, and religion. His philosophical writings were also a key source for the development of Utilitarianism. This volume includes: The Duty of Mutual Exhortation; On Faith and Patience; On the Change Which Took Place in the Character of the Apostles After the Resurrection of Jesus Christ (Parts I & II); On the Necessity of Self-Examination; On Having Our Conversation in Heaven; Doing All to the Glory of God; Resignation to the Will of God; On Being Perfect as God is Perfect; On Habitual Devotion; The Duty of Not Living to Ourselves; Of the Danger of Bad Habits; A Discourse on the Resurrection of Jesus; The Importance of Free Inquiry. Sabin 65505.

Title: Discourses, on Various Subjects, Intended to Have Been Delivered in Philadelphia. to which are added, Some Others, Selected from the Same Author.

Author: Priestley, Joseph

Categories: Christian, Early Imprints,

Publisher: John Binns.: 1805

Binding: Half-Leather

Book Condition: Good

Jacket Condition: No Jacket

Seller ID: 2164325

Keywords: THEOLOGY THEOLOGICAL RELIGION RELIGIOUS CHRISTIAN PHILOSOPHY PHILOSOPHICAL WRITINGS ESSAYS,