Human nature vindicated: or, a reply to Mr. Beaven's book entitled, Supernatural influences necessary to salvation: being a vindication of the fourth proposition of Robert Barclay's Apology. Wherein is shewn, That Man, in his Natural Capacity, is a Moral Agent; that he has Power, and is at Liberty to do both Good and Evil: and, consequently, can render himself either acceptable or displeasing to his Maker. In a second letter to a friend. Humbly offered to the Consideration of the People called Quakers. By Tho. Chubb

Publication Date1726
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Extent47,[1]p.
LocationLondon
Publisherprinted by J. Darby and T. Browne in Bartholomew-Close; and sold by J. Noon near Mercers-Chapel in Cheapside; and J. Roberts in Warwick-Lane

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