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Superstition In All Ages (1732)
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Superstition In All Ages (1732) Common Sense

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LXIX  THE PERFECTION OF GOD DOES NOT SHOW TO ANY MORE ADVANTAGE . . .


LXX  THEOLOGY PREACHES THE OMNIPOTENCE OF ITS GOD


LXXI  ACCORDING TO ALL THE RELIGIOUS SYSTEMS OF THE EARTH


LXXII  IT IS ABSURD TO SAY THAT EVIL DOES NOT COME FROM GOD.


LXXIII  THE FORESIGHT ATTRIBUTED TO GOD


LXXIV  ABSURDITY OF THE THEOLOGICAL FABLES UPON ORIGINAL SIN


LXXV  THE DEVIL, LIKE RELIGION, WAS INVENTED TO ENRICH THE PRIESTS.


LXXVI  IF GOD COULD NOT RENDER HUMAN NATURE SINLESS, HE HAS NO RIGHT . . .


LXXVII  IT IS ABSURD TO SAY THAT GOD'S CONDUCT MUST BE A MYSTERY TO MAN


LXXVIII  IT IS ABSURD TO CALL HIM A GOD OF JUSTICE AND GOODNESS


LXXIX  A GOD WHO PUNISHES THE FAULTS WHICH HE COULD HAVE PREVENTED


LXXX  FREE WILL IS AN IDLE FANCY.


LXXXI  WE SHOULD NOT CONCLUDE FROM THIS THAT SOCIETY HAS NOT THE RIGHT . . .


LXXXII  REFUTATION OF THE ARGUMENTS IN FAVOR OF FREE WILL.


LXXXIII  CONTINUATION.


LXXXIV  GOD HIMSELF, IF THERE WAS A GOD, WOULD NOT BE FREE


LXXXV  EVEN ACCORDING TO THEOLOGICAL PRINCIPLES, MAN IS NOT FREE


LXXXVI  ALL EVIL, ALL DISORDER, ALL SIN, CAN BE ATTRIBUTED BUT TO GOD


LXXXVII  MEN'S PRAYERS TO GOD PROVE SUFFICIENTLY THAT THEY ARE NOT . . .


LXXXVIII  THE REPARATION OF THE INIQUITIES AND THE MISERIES OF THIS


LXXXIX  THEOLOGY JUSTIFIES THE EVIL AND INJUSTICE PERMITTED BY ITS GOD,


XC  REDEMPTION, AND THE CONTINUAL EXTERMINATIONS ATTRIBUTED TO JEHOVAH


XCI  HOW CAN WE DISCOVER A TENDER, GENEROUS, AND EQUITABLE FATHER


XCII  THE LIFE OF MORTALS, ALL WHICH TAKES PLACE HERE BELOW


XCIII  IT IS NOT TRUE THAT WE OWE ANY GRATITUDE TO WHAT WE CALL . . .


XCIV  TO PRETEND THAT MAN IS THE BELOVED CHILD OF PROVIDENCE


XCV  COMPARISON BETWEEN MAN AND ANIMALS.


XCVI  THERE ARE NO MORE DETESTABLE ANIMALS IN THIS WORLD THAN TYRANTS.


XCVII  REFUTATION OF MAN'S EXCELLENCE.


XCVIII  AN ORIENTAL LEGEND.


XCIX  IT IS FOOLISH TO SEE IN THE UNIVERSE ONLY THE BENEFACTIONS OF GOD


C  WHAT IS THE SOUL? WE KNOW NOTHING ABOUT IT


CI  THE EXISTENCE OF A SOUL IS AN ABSURD SUPPOSITION


CII  IT IS EVIDENT THAT THE WHOLE OF MAN DIES.


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