|Statement||by James Tytler ...|
|Contributions||American Imprint Collection (Library of Congress), Miscellaneous Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)|
|LC Classifications||BL2740 .T9, Microfilm 84/7375 (BL)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||107,  p. ;|
|Number of Pages||107|
|LC Control Number||04002026|
Paine's second part of The age of reason answered. [James Tytler] Book Microform: Microfiche: EnglishView all editions and formats: Rating: author of the Remarks on Paine's first part of The age of Reason, by a citizen of the world, published at Belfast in Ireland, ; [Five lines of Scripture texts]. Of all the replies to his second part of the Age of Reason, that of bishop Watson was the only one to which he paid particular attention; and he is, no doubt, the person here alluded to. Bishop Watson's apology for the Bible had been published some years before Mr. P. left France, and the latter composed his answer to it, and also his third part of the Age of Reason, while in that country. Age of Reason, The Definitive Edition, includes Paine’s original two volumes of Age of Reason, plus his third volume which remained unreleased until President Thomas Jefferson convinced Paine not to publish his third volume in , as Paine originally intended, out of fear of the backlash it may cause/5(44). It promotes natural religion and argues for the existence of a creator-God. The Age of Reason is divided into three sections. In Part I, Paine outlines his major arguments and personal creed. In Parts II and III he analyzes specific portions of the Bible in order to demonstrate that it is not the revealed word of God/5(24).
In the Age of Reason Paine makes the case *against* organized religion, and even the bible, arguing for a more rational explanation for the order of things, while still acknowledging the existence of a creator/5(). Thomas Paine, a deist and one of the American founding revolutionaries after Ben Franklin invited him to immigrate to the restive colonies, in this book pillories organized religion. He does so by dissecting both old and new testaments of the bible and pointing out the hypocrisy of the established clergy/5(21). Age of Reason by Thomas Paine. Age of Reason, Part II, Section 9. The Bible-makers and those regulators of time, the chronologists, appear to have been at a loss where to place and how to dispose of the book of Job; for it contains no one historical circumstance, nor allusion to any, that might determine its place in the Bible. But it would. Richard Watson, An Apology for the Bible: In a Series of Letters, Addressed to Thomas Paine, Author of a Book Entitled, The Age of Reason, Part the Second, Being an Investigation of True and of Fabulous Theology (New-Brunswick: Abraham Blauvelt, ) Some Christians such as Origen would argue that the importance of the textual meaning.
The second book of Samuel begins with an account of things that did not happen till four years after Samuel was dead; for it begins with the reign of David, who succeeded Saul, and it goes on to the end of David's reign, which was forty-three years after the death of Samuel; and, therefore, the books are in themselves positive evidence that. Thomas Paine's The Age of Reason – Part Three has won praise from Paine experts both for its authentic voice and for answers to these questions that are logical extensions of Paine's past works. This imagined update to the classic work is presented from Paine's perspective and in his familiar style/5(7). Full text of Thomas Paine's --Age of Reason--It has often been said, that anything may be proved from the Bible, but before anything can be admitted as proved by the Bible, the Bible itself must be proved to be true; for if the Bible be not true, or the truth of it be doubtful, it ceases to have authority, and cannot be admitted as proof of anything. an apology for the bible in a series of letters, addressed to thomas paine, author of a book entitled, “the age of reason, part the second, being an investigation of true and of.