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Context of The moral philosopher. : In a dialogue between Philalethes a Christian deist, and Theophanes a Christian Jew. In which The Grounds and Reasons of Religion in general, and particularly of Christianity, as distinguish'd from the Religion of Nature; the different Methods of conveying and proposing Moral Truths to the Mind, and the necessary Marks or Criteria on which they must all equally depend; the Nature of positive Laws, Rites and Ceremonies, and how far they are capable of Proof as of standing perpetual Obligation; with many other Matters of the utmost Consequence in Religion, are fairly considered, and debated, and the Arguments on both Sides impartially represented
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