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S.J. Barnett

Enlightenment. An Interpretation. Vol. 1: The Rise of Modern Paganism (London: Norton, 1995; 1st edn 1966), p. 375. M. Tindal, The Rights of the Christian Church (4th edn, London, 1708), p. 114, and Christianity as Old as the Creation (London, 1730), pp. 59–60, quoted in Sullivan, John Toland and the Deist Controversy, p. 229. In his God and Government in an Age of Reason (pp. 144–5), Nicholls too notes that ‘some deists appear to have accepted the notion of divine revelation’. Sullivan, John Toland and the Deist Controversy, p. 232. J. McManners, Church and Society in

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