|Author:||Manlove, Timothy, d. 1699.|
|Title:||The immortality of the soul asserted, and practically improved shewing by Scripture, reason, and the testimony of the ancient philosophers, that the soul of man is capable of subsisting and acting in a state of separation from the body, and how much it concerns us all to prepare for that state : with some reflections on a pretended refutation of Mr. Bently's sermon / by Timothy Manlove.|
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The immortality of the soul asserted, and practically improved shewing by Scripture, reason, and the testimony of the ancient philosophers, that the soul of man is capable of subsisting and acting in a state of separation from the body, and how much it concerns us all to prepare for that state : with some reflections on a pretended refutation of Mr. Bently's sermon / by Timothy Manlove.
Manlove, Timothy, d. 1699.
London: Printed by R. Roberts for Nevill Simmons ..., and sold by George Coniers ..., 1697.
Imperfect: sides cropped, most page numbers lacking.
Reproduction of original in Union Theological Seminary Library, New York.
Bentley, Richard, -- 1662-1742. -- Of revelation and the messias.
To the Candid and Impartial READER.
THE Immortality of the SOUL ASSERTED, &c.
CHAP. I. The contrary Hypothesis laid down; with an Account how far it agrees, or disagrees with the Philosophy of Epicurus, Lucre∣tius, Hobs, &c. The Method of the following Discourse.
CHAP. II. The Immortality of the Soul proved by Scripture.
CHAP. III. The Immortality of the Soul proved by such Arguments as are drawn from the light of Natural Reason, and the common Sense and Experience of Mankind. The First Ar∣gument.
CHAP. IV. Argum. II. Drawn from the many gross Ab∣surdities which follow from the Opinion of the Soul's dying with the Body.
CHAP. V. Some subservient Considerations for the further establishment of the Doctrine of the Soul's Immortality.
CHAP. VI. The Testimony of the Ancient Philosophers pro∣duc'd for a further confirmation of this great Truth.
CHAP. VII. Our Author's Objections considered and an∣swered.
CHAP. VIII. Of Materiality, or Immateriality, as they are ascribed to the Soul.
CHAP. IX. Directions to such as are in suspense as to the Immortality of the Soul, shewing how they may arrive at a certainty in that matter.
CHAP. X. Directions to such as believe the Immortality of the Soul, shewing how they ought to im∣prove so important a Doctrine.