The Triumph of Infidelity: A Poem. Supposed to be Written by Timothy Dwight, D.D., of Greenfield, Connecticut, in 1788. TIMOTHY DWIGHT.

The Triumph of Infidelity: A Poem. Supposed to be Written by Timothy Dwight, D.D., of Greenfield, Connecticut, in 1788.

Publisher: London: Printed for J. Mathews, 1791.
Edition: First English edition.
Bibliographical References: Noted under BAL 5041 and Wegelin 129.
Condition: Some slight foxing; very good copy.
Book ID: 19058

Description

Small 4to, disbound, 27 pages. Lacking the half-title or first blank.

Comments

A long poem dedicated to Voltaire and written as a Calvinist orthodox response to what Dwight states in his dedication is the negative influence on religion of Voltaire, Hume and Priestley: “Reasoning is an unhappy engine to be employed against christianity . . .”.

Price: $325.00