|Title:||The future state, or, A discourse attempting some display of the souls happiness, in regard to that eternally progressive knowledge, or eternal increase of knowledge, and the consequences of it, which is amongst the blessed in heaven by a country gentleman, a worshipper of God in the way of the Church of England.|
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The future state, or, A discourse attempting some display of the souls happiness, in regard to that eternally progressive knowledge, or eternal increase of knowledge, and the consequences of it, which is amongst the blessed in heaven by a country gentleman, a worshipper of God in the way of the Church of England.
Whitaker, Edward., Jones, George, d. 1704.
London: Printed for J. Greenwood ..., 1683.
Sometimes attributed to George Jones. Cf. NUC pre-1956.
Reproduction of original in Huntington Library.
CHAP. I. The Introduction, and State of the Probleme.
CHAP. II. The Probability of the Question argued from the Consideration of the Nature of God and Man.
CHAP. III. Of the Objective Evidences and Probabilities of the Questi∣on.
CHAP. IV. Of the Several Ways and Means of obtaining Knowledge; and, first, of Knowledge by Intui∣tion.
CHAP. V. Of the Increase of Knowledge by Revelation.
CHAP. VI. Of the Increase of Knowledge by Historical Narration, or Tra∣dition.
CHAP. VII. Of the Increase of Knowledge by Ratiocination.
CHAP. VIII. Objections against the Doctrine delivered in the Precedent Dis∣courses, briefly Answered.
CHAP. IX. Some Corollaries deduced from the Preceding Discourses.