Author:Henry Felton

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Henry Felton
English divine.


  • The hope of Christians an argument of comfort for their death: a sermon preach'd at the funeral of his grace John late Duke of Rutland, who was interr'd at Bottesford in Leicestershire, Feb. 23, 1710/11 (1711)
  • A Dissertation on Reading the Classics, and Forming a Just Style (1713)
  • The Resurrection of the same numerical body, and its reunion to the same soul, against Mr. Locke's notion of personality and identity.(1725)
  • The Common People taught to defend their Communion with the Church of England against the attempts and insinuations of Popish emissaries. In a Dialogue between a Popish Priest and a Plain Countryman (1727)
  • Character of a Good Prince. A Sermon before the University of Oxford, 11 June 1730, being the day of His Majesty's Inauguration (1730)
  • The Christian Faith asserted against Deists, Arians, and Socinians, &c. To which is prefixed a very large Preface concerning the Light and Law of Nature, and the Expediency and Necessity of Revelation (1732)
  • Universality and Order of the Resurrection, being a Sequel to that wherein the Personal Identity is asserted (1733)
  • Scripture Doctrine of the Resurrection as it stood before the Law (1735)
  • The Scripture Doctrine in the Books of Moses and Job (1736)

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