Swift's Writings on Religion and the Church in two volumes Edited by Temple Scott Table of Contents: Volume I An Argument Against Abolishing Christianity For the Advancement of Religion The Sentiments of a Church of England Man Remarks upon The Rights of the Christian Church Preface to the Bishop of Sarum's Introduction Abstract of Collins's Discourse of Freethinking Some Thoughts on Freethinking A Letter to a Young Clergyman Some Arguments Against Enlarging the Power of Bishops in Letting of Leases Reasons Offered to the Archbishop of Dublin On the Bill for the Clergy's Residing on their Livings Considerations Upon Two Bills Relating to the Clergy of Ireland Reasons Against the Modus An Essay on the Fates of Clergymen Concerning that Universal Hatred Which Prevails Against the Clergy Thoughts on Religion Further Thoughts on Religion Prayers for Mrs. Jonson An Evening Prayer Observations on Heylin's History of the Presbyterians Volume II Tracts on the Sacramental Test A Letter Concerning the Sacramental Test The Presbyterians' Plea of Merit Narrative of Attempts for the Repeal of the Sacramental Test Queries Relating to the Sacramental Test Advantages Proposed by Repealing the Sacramental Test Reasons for Repealing the Sacramental Test in Favour of the Catholics Some Few Thoughts Concerning the Repeal of the Test Ten Reasons for Repealing the Test Act Sermons On Mutual Subjection On the Testimony of Conscience On the Trinity On Brotherly Love The Difficulty of Knowing One's-Self On False Witness On the Wisdom of This World On Doing Good On the Martyrdom of King Charles I On the Poor Man's Contentment On the Wretched Condition of Ireland On Sleeping in Church
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January 21, 2010
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