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The Way to Divine Knowledge

This electronic copy of William Law's Way to Divine Knowledge has been typed by Warner White (wwhite@tdsnet.com, warner_white.parti@ecunet.org, warnerwhite@fc1.glfn)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 1737 and 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 "Way") 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 theÖErrors ofÖa 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.


The Way to Divine Knowledge

being several

Dialogues between

Humanus, Academicus, Rusticus, and Theophilus

As preparatory to a new edition of the works

of Jacob Behmen; and the right use of them

by William Law, A.M.


Printed for W. Innys, and J. Richardson, in Pater-noster Row


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