The Power of Deception Unveiled, and The Man of Sin Revealed; in An Analysis of the Book of Revelations. To which is prefixed an essay on the System of Man. 1829, John Jones.

The Power of Deception Unveiled, and The Man of Sin Revealed; in An Analysis of the Book of Revelations. To which is prefixed an essay on the System of Man.

Philadelphia: Published by R. H. Small; Jesper Harding, Printer, 1829. First edition. Large 8vo (8.88 x 5.5 inches), original ribbon embossed blue-green cloth spine, drab boards, printed paper label, 350 pages. Spine somewhat darkened and rubbed, with about half the label perished; boards somewhat stained, somewhat foxed; a good, sound copy. Item #19444

“There has seldom been an opinion propagated by superstition, or maintained by prejudice, more pernicious to man, than the notion of a self-existing being, denominated the devil, satan, &c.” An extensive and idiosyncratic work of theology from a Chester County convinced Quaker who died in 1800 at age 44. American Imprints 39160.

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