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Natural religion insufficient, and revealed necessary, to man"s happiness in his present state

or, A rational enquiry into the principles of the modern deists

by Thomas Halyburton

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Published by Printed by H. C. Southwick in Albany .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Herbert of Cherbury, Edward Herbert, Baron, 1583-1648.,
  • Deism -- Controversial literature.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesA rational inquiry into the principles of the modern deists.
    Statementwherein is largely discovered their utter insufficiency to answer the great ends of religion, and the weakness of their pleadings for the suffciency of nature"s light to eternal happiness: and particularly the writings of the late learned Lord Herbert...To which is added, an essay on the true ground of faith.
    GenreControversial literature.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxiv, 415 p.
    Number of Pages415
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14030036M

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"Natural Religion Insufficient; and Revealed Necessary to Mans Happiness was first published in A conservative evangelical, Halyburton was a vigorous opponent of what he deemed to be deistic thought, distinguishing between what he calls mortal deists and immortal deists.

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4 He calls hap- piness the complete satisfaction of all one’s needs and inclinations. 5 In the Critique of Practical Reason, Kant defines happiness as “the state of aFile Size: 85KB. Natural religion insufficient, and revealed necessary, to man's happiness in his present state: or, A rational inquiry into the principles of the modern deists; wherein particularly the writings of the late learned Lord Herbert are considered, and fully answered.

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Religion has been identified as a factor positively related toCited by: 3. “The wager,” says Thomas S. Hibbs, author of a new book on Pascal’s philosophy and faith, “demands a kind of self-transformation of one’s passions, a movement from self-interested.

A primary theme that runs throughout The Reasonableness of Christianity is John Locke’s belief that men who attempt to understand natural law and morality through their faculty of reason alone often fail at their task. But why is it that reason alone, also according to Locke, can explain Revelation.

The question this essay poses might seem somewhat straightforward: What is. Halyburton, Thomas, Natural religion insufficient, and revealed necessary, to man's happiness in his present state.

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Natural religion insufficient, and revealed necessary to man's happiness in his present state, or, A rational enquiry into the principles of the modern deists: wherein is largely discovered their utter insufficiency to answer the great ends of religion, and the weakness of their pleadings for the sufficiency of nature's light to eternal happiness: and particularly the writings of the late.

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In his book, Leviathan, Hobbes states that life would be a state of constant warfare without a strong government to control man's natural impulses. He believed people would enter into a Social Contract to escape from this. Natural Religion Insufficient, and Revealed Religion Necessary, to Man's Happiness in his Present State (), an able statement of the orthodox Calvinistic criticism of the deism of Lord Herbert of Cherbury and Charles Blount; Memoirs of the Life of Mr Thomas Halyburton (), three parts by his own hand, the fourth from his diary by another hand.Volume 3: Faith and Revelation contains Halyburton’s book Natural Religion Insufficient, and Revealed [Religion] Necessary to Man’s Happiness in His Present State; or, A Rational Enquiry into the Principles of the modern Deists.Revealed religion definition: religion based on the revelation by God to humankind of ideas that would not have been | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples.