The theological works of Thomas Paine
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Introduction.--The age of reason (pt. 1-2)--A letter; being an answer to a friend, on the publication of The age of reason.--A discourse delivered to the Society of Theophilanthropists at Paris.--A letter to Camille Jordan.--An examination of the passages in the New Testament, quoted from the Old, and called prophecies concerning Jesus Christ. To which is prefixed, an essay on dream, also, an appendix, containing the contradictory doctrines between Matthew and Mark: and my private thoughts on a future state.--Extract of a reply to the Bishop of Llandaff.--Origin of free-masonry.--Letter to Samuel Adams.--Extract of a letter to Andrew A. Dean.--Miscellaneous pieces.--Miscellanies, in prose and verse.--Appendix. Curious history of a calumny on Paine. [By William Cobbett.]
- Paine, Thomas, 1737-1809
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