A collection of tracts. [electronic resource] : I. A dissertation on 2 Thess. ii. 1, ---- 12: In which it is shown, that the Bishop of Rome is the man of sin, &c. II. A letter to a friend, concerning the end and design of prayer. Or the reasonablenesse of praying to an unchangeably wise, powerful and good God. In answer to the objections of the modern infidels. III. A postscript to the letter on prayer, concerning the views which we ought to have in praying; the drawing up proper forms; the use of scripture language; the consession of such sins only, as we are conscious we have been guilty of. IV. The 30th dissertation of Maximus Tyrius, concerning this question, Whether we ought to pray to God, or no? Translated from the Greek. V. Remarks on the foregoing dissertation of Maximus Tyrius. VI. The doctrine of praedestination reviewed. Or the nature of the councils and decrees of God; and the rise and occasion of the scripture language concerning them. Vii. A brief account of Calvin's causing Servetus to be burned, at Geneva, for an heretic. The third edition, corrected and inlarged. To which are now added, by way of supplement. Viii. A defence of the brief account of Calvin's treatment of Servetus. IX. A brief account of Archbishop Laud's cruel treatment of Dr. Leighton. X. An essay, concerning the belief of things, which are above reason. And, a general preface. By George Benson, D.D.
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