The history of the effects of religion on mankind. [electronic resource] : Vol. II. Containing, a supplement to the first volume. Sect. V. The erroneous doctrines and superstitious practices of Christians not to be imputed to Christianity. Sect. VI. The enthusiasm of the heathens; the origin, progress, and influence of fanaticism in the time of the crusades, and in the sixteenth century; with the effects of it in England in the seventeenth on the Government of the kingdom, on the manners of the fanatics, on literature, and on the religion and morals of the English nation. Sect. VII. The real causes of several persecutions, heresies, controversies, wars, and massacres imputed to Christianity by Shaftsbury, Voltaire, Rousseau, Hume, Gibbon, and others. Sect. VIII. A refutation of objections which have been urged against the utility of religion. By the Rev. Edward Ryan, D.D. prebendary of St. Patrick, and minister of the Parish of St. Luke, Dublin.

Ryan, Edward, d. 1819.
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History of the effects of religion on mankind. Vol.2
London : Printed for F. and C. Rivington, No 62, St. Paul's Church-Yard, 1793.
Eighteenth century collections online. Part 2: New editions
[16],283,[21]p. ; 8⁰.
Human beings.
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