Youth's Magazine,  3rd ser. 6 (1833), 27–29.

On Reason. Abridged from Cumberland's Plain Reasons



Essay, Abridgement

Publications abstracted:

Cumberland 1801


Reason, Religion, Epistemology, Christianity, Natural Theology, Infidelity

People mentioned:

Pythagoras of Samos , Plato

    Attempts to confute deism by arguing that, without the Christian revelation, little can be known of God. Points to the lack of a rational monotheism in the Augustan age, and argues that the moderns are no better placed to develop a religion of reason independent of revelation.

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