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Author: More, George, Sir, 1553?-1632.
Title: A demonstration of God in his workes Against all such as eyther in word or life deny there is a God. By George More Esquire.
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2011-12 (EEBO-TCP Phase 2).
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Print source: A demonstration of God in his workes Against all such as eyther in word or life deny there is a God. By George More Esquire.
More, George, Sir, 1553?-1632., More, George, Esquire, attributed name.

At London: Printed by I. R[oberts] for Thomas Charde, 1597.
Subject terms:
God -- Proof -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A07683.0001.001

Contents
title page
❧ TO THE MOST EXCELLENT AND MOST RENOVVNED Princesse, Elizabeth by the grace of God, of England, Fraunce, and Ireland, Queene: defendour of the fayth, &c.
❧ The Preface to Englande.
The Table of the Chapters following.
A Demonstration of God in his workes.
Chap. 1. That man not so much by the instinct of Nature, as by naturall reason, confirmed by outward meanes, knoweth there is a God.
Chap. 2. That the foole which denieth there is a God, may in some respect be denied to be a man.
Chap. 3. That out of the works of God, to sence and reason it is euident that there is a God.
Chap. 4. That reason and sence may iudge that there is but one God.
Chap. 5. That the power of God is ouer all, but extended most, ouer and vpon the greatest men.
Chap. 6. That God is good to all, but best to the best men.
Chap. 7. That God is good to the worser sort but to their greater hurt, and that good men should not be greeued thereat, but receaue comfort thereby.
Faults escaped.
A Table of the speciall things contayned in the former Treatises.