A Demonstration of the Errors of a Late Book...
This electronic copy of William Law's Demonstration (etc.) has been typed by
Warner White (firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com)from the 1974
Georg Olms Verlag (Hildesheim New York) edition of The Works of the Reverend
William Law. All of the works of William Law dated from this one on have also
been typed up and are being made available electronically. Notations have been
added at the beginning of each paragraph containing the abbreviated title (in
this case "Dem") and the paragraph number to facilitate reference without
depending upon a particular pagination. The same has been done for the
remaining works in the corpus beginning with A Demonstration of the.Errors of.a
Late Book (etc.), 1737 (except for the final Letters to a Lady Inclined to
enter into the Communion of the Church of Rome (1779)). There is no copyright
notice on the title pages (or backs of the title pages) of the volumes from
which these have been typed; so presumably they are in the public domain and
may be freely circulated and used.
of the Gross and Fundamental Errors
Of a late book, called
A Plain Account of the Nature and
End of the Sacrament of the
Lord's Supper, &c.
Wherein also the nature and extent of the
redemption of all mankind by Jesus Christ
is stated and explained;
the pretences of the Deists, for a religion of
natural reason instead of it,
are examined to the bottom.
The whole humbly, earnestly, and affectionately
addressed to all orders of men,
and more especially
to all the younger clergy.
by William Law, M.A. London:
Printed by W. Innys and J. Richardson, R. Manby and J. S. Cox. 1737.