A supplement to a gentleman's religion [electronic resource] : Containing several discourses written in pursuance of the same design. By Edward, lord archbishop of Tuam. Viz. I. The wisdom of being religious. II. An essay toward making the knowledge of religion easy to the meanest capacity. III. The rule of self-examination. IV. Religion try'd by the test of sober and impartial reason. V. A plain and easy method whereby a man of a moderate capacity may arrive at full satisfaction, in all things that concern his everlasting salvation. VI. Free thinking in matters of religion. VII. The authority of the church. VIII. Catholick Christianity. IX. De religionis Christianæ fundamentalibus.
- Dublin : Printed by S. Powell, for George Risk at the Shakespear's Head, George Ewing at the Angel and Bible, and William Smith at the Hercules, booksellers in Dame-street, M.DCC.XXXIII. 
2v. ; 12⁰.
- Eighteenth century collections online. Part 2: New editions
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