No man by nature can will Christ and grace, from The unbeleevers preparing for Christ.--The heart must be humble and contrite, from The application of redemption.--The soules ingraffing into Christ, from The soules implantation.
An enquiry into the ground and foundation of religion.--A postscript, occasioned by the publication of Dr. Stebbing's visitation charge...--A short dissertation on Matt. xix. 21.--An answer to a private letter...on the subject of God's foreknowledge.
4th ed., with additions. - London : Printed for T. Cadell..., 1777.
Book — viii, 464p. ; 22cm.
On providence--On prayer--On the reasons for expecting that virtuous men shall meet after death in a state of happiness--On the importance of Christianity, the nature of historical evidence, and miracles.
1st American from the 3d London ed. To which are added translations of the Latin sentences and notes. - Boston: Published by Cummings and Hilliard, Boston bookstore, no. 1, Cornhill, [Flagg & Gould, printers] 1818.
A new ed.; with references to the several quotations in The intellectual system; and an account of the life and writings of the author: by Thomas Birch. - London, Printed by J.F. Dove for Richard Priestly, 1820.