but the Conclusion and smallest part of our Conference; Though the Disputer (as far as I can hear) reports nothing else as the matter of our difference, but these two things, about the Method of Scripture, and Gods applying to the Imagination of the Prophets; either because he is ashamed to own the main Discourse, or else hath a Design to throw the odium upon me of Heterodoxy in Religion. When as indeed these came in but accidentally, and we had but a short Contrast about them, which I have faithfully related.
Containing Observations about the Cen
ture of Atheism, applied to Philo
sophical Men; and the Authors
Apology to the ROYAL SO
CIETY, and other generous
BY this I believe you see how little Reason there was in the Disputer's Di
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Publication information: Book title: Plus Ultra:Or, the Progress and Advancement of Knowledge since the Days of Aristotle (1668). Contributors: Joseph Glanvill - Author. Publisher: Scholars' Facsimiles & Reprints. Place of publication: Gainesville, FL. Publication year: 1958. Page number: 137.
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