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Book Description
Full title reads: A discourse concerning prodigies: wherein the vanity of presages by them is reprehended, and their true and proper ends asserted and vindicated. The second edition corrected and inlarged. To which is added a short treatise concerning vulgar prophecies. By John Spencer, B.D. Fellow of Corpus Christi Colledg in Cambridge. 8vo. pp [32], 408, [8], 136, [8]. Contemporary calf, a little rubbed, lacks label, offsetting to title page from front paste-down, a clean example overall. ESTC R38268.
Dealer Notes
A contemporary debate by an Anglican on the question of the extent to which proximity of the believer to God imparts the ability to perform miracles, a question that is still relevant today and was core to much Enlightenment and protestant philosophy. ~ POST FREE ~
Author SPENCER, John.
Date 1665
Binding Contemporary or near contemporary calf
Publisher London: J. Field
Illustrator None
Condition Good
Pages [32], 408, [8], 136, [8]

Price: £150.00

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