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Definition of Deistical
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Literary usage of Deistical
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1. Bishop Butler by William Archibald Spooner (1901)
"CHAPTER IV THE DEISTS AND THE deistical CONTROVERSY EVERY great work, and the Analogy among the rest, is determined and limited not only by the bent of the ..."
2. The Works of Thomas Chalmers: Complete in One Volume by Thomas Chalmers (1833)
"On the Internal Evidence, and the Objections of deistical Infidels. THERE is another species of evidence for Christianity, which we have not yet noticed, ..."
3. A Biographical Dictionary of Eminent Scotsmen by Robert Chambers, Thomas Thomson (1853)
"One of the earliest, and perhaps the most powerful, of all the deistical writers that have yet appeared, was Edward lord Herbert of Cherbury in Shropshire, ..."
4. The English Church and Its Bishops 1700-1800 by Charles John Abbey (1887)
"The distinctively deistical period was that which extended through a little ... No attempt will be made to speak in detail either of the deistical writers ..."
5. The Dictionary of National Biography by Sidney Lee (1908)
"nions are apparently serious, and had some real influence upon the deistical movement. [Biog. Britannica (article with information from bis family) ..."
6. The higher criticism and the Bible by William Binnington Boyce (1881)
"The deistical controversy—revival of religion in the eighteenth century.—One result of the deistical writings was the calling into existence a series of ..."
7. The Positive Philosophy of Auguste Comte by Auguste Comte, Frederic Harrison (1896)
"The second phase . presents the various schemes of deism which deistical pe- constitute ... deistical ..."