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Bruce, Alexander Balmain

This late 19th century work by a prominent scholar provides a careful statement and defense of the supernaturalist position. Bruce frequently addresses the arguments of Strauss and Renan, Schleiermacher and Lessing, and provides...

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Whately, Richard

Richard Whately (1787-1863), the Anglican Archbishop of Dublin, was the author of popular works on logic and rhetoric as well as apologetic works. In this delightful spoof, published while Napoleon was still alive, Whately turns...

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Watson, Richard

Also: An Apology for the Bible (1796) [A][G] Richard Watson (1737-1816), not to be confused with the Methodist theologian of the same name, was an Anglican theologian and scholar. He was a fellow of Trinity College, Cambridge,...

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Sherlock, Thomas

Thomas Sherlock (1678-1761) was an Anglican Bishop whose apologetic writings, in the tradition of John Locke’s Reasonableness of Christianity [A], focus on the evidence for miracles and the use and intent of prophecy. The Trial...

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Leslie, Charles

Charles Leslie (1650-1722) was a nonjuror—an Anglican clergyman who refused to take the oath of allegiance to William and Mary after the revolution in 1688 and, in consequence, lost his benefice. In this brief and vigorous work,...

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