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Author: King, Josiah.
Title: Mr. Blount's oracles of reason examined and answered in nine sections in which his many heterodox opinions are refuted, the Holy Scriptures and revealed religion are asserted against deism & atheism / by Josiah King ...
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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King, Josiah.

Exeter: Printed by S. Darker for Philip Bishop, bookseller ... and are to be sold by the bookseller of London and Westminster, 1698.
Notes:
Reproduction of original in the University of Illinois Library.
Subject terms:
Blount, Charles, -- 1654-1693. -- The oracles of reason.
Deism -- Controversial literature.
Atheism -- Controversial literature.
Apologetics -- 17th century.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A47422.0001.001

Contents
title page
To the Right Reverend Father in God, JONATHAN, Lord Bishop of Exon.
A PREFACE TO THE Reader.
Mr. BLOUNT's Oracles of Reason, Examined and Answered, In Nine SECTIONS, &c.
SECT. I. Of the Mosaic Creation, and the Divine Miracles.
ANSWER.
ANSWER.
ANSWER.
ANSWER.
ANSWER.
ANSWER.
ANSWER.
ANSWER.
ANSWER.
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ANSWER.
ANSWER.
SECT. II. Of PARADISE.
ANSWER.
ANSWER.
ANSWER.
SECT. III. Concerning the Original of Things.
ANSWER.
ANSWER.
ANSWER.
ANSWER.
SECT. IV. Of the Modern Brachmans.
ANSWER.
ANSWER.
ANSWER.
ANSWER.
ANSWER.
SECT. V. Of the Deists Religion.
ANSWER.
ANSWER.
SECT. VI. Concerning the Arrians, Trinitarians, and Councils.
ANSWER.
ANSWER.
ANSWER.
ANSWER.
ANSWER.
ANSWER.
ANSWER.
ANSWER.
SECT VII. Of the Immortality of the Soul, and the Original of the Jews.
ANSWER.
ANSWER.
ANSWER.
ANSWER.
ANSWER.
ANSWER.
SECT. VIII. Of Marrying two Sisters, Judaism, Christianity, Millenaries.
ANSWER.
ANSWER.
ANSWER.
ANSWER.
ANSWER.
ANSWER.
ANSWER.
ANSWER.
ANSWER.
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ANSWER.
SECT. IX. Of Augury. Of a God. Origin of Good and Evil, plurality of Worlds, Natu∣ral Religion, Ocellus Lucanus.
ANSWER.
ANSWER.
ANSWER.
ANSWER.
ANSWER.
ANSWER.
ANSWER.
ANSWER.
ANSWER.
ANSWER.
ANSWER.
ANSWER.
AN Appendix To the ANSWER.
To whom I return this ANSWER.
Books Printed for, and Sold by Charles Yeo, John Pearce, and Philip Bishop, Booksellers in Exon.