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The world bewitch"d, or, An examination of the common opinions concerning spirits
|Other titles||The world bewitch"d, An examination of the common opinions concerning spirits|
|Statement||by Balthazar Bekker ... ; vol. I translated from a French copy, approved of and subscribed by the author"s own hand|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 203:10|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 264 p|
|Number of Pages||264|
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The book called the New Testament, which I hold to be fabulous and have shown to be false, gives an account in Matthew xxv. of what is there called the last day, or the day of judgment. The whole world, according to that account, is divided into two parts, the righteous and the unrighteous, figuratively called the sheep and the goats. As far as the gospel prevails, evil spirits are dislodged, particularly unclean spirits. All inclinations to the lusts of the flesh which war against the soul are such. Distempers are here named, the most difficult to be cured by the course of nature, and most expressive of the disease of sin.
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Balthasar Bekker (20 March – 11 June ) was a Dutch minister and author of philosophical and theological works. Opposing superstition, he was a key figure in the end of the witchcraft persecutions in early modern best known work is De Betoverde Weereld (), or The World Bewitched.
Get this from a library. The world bewitch'd, or, An examination of the common opinions concerning spirits: their nature, power, administration and operations, as also the effects men are able to produce by their communication: divided into IV parts.
[Balthasar Bekker]. The World Bewitch’d; or, An Examination of the Common Opinions Concerning Spirits. Volume I [all published]. London: for R. Baldwin. 12° ( x 92mm). (Without initial blank, occasional light soiling and spotting.) 20th-century burgundy half morocco, spine lettered in.
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What I had there written concerning Liberty and the Will, I thought deserved as accurate a view as I am capable of ; those subjects having in all ages exercised the learned part of the world with questions and difficulties, that have not a little perplexed morality and divinity, those parts of knowledge that men are most concerned to be clear in.
James Morrow is the author of The Last Witchfinder, an historical novel about the birth of the scientific worldview, centred around one woman's audacious crusade to .America Bewitched is a fascinating examination of the legal and social issues surrounding the belief of Witchcraft in the United States.
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