Deism fairly stated, and fully vindicated from the gross imputations and groundless calumnies of modern believers : wherein some of the principal reasons contained in Dr. Benson's answer to Christianity not founded on argument are fully considered, and proved to be far from conclusive ; In a letter to a friend / by a Moral philosopher

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Benson, George, 1699-1762.; Dodwell, Henry, d. 1784.; Deism -- Controversial literature.
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