fable be tacked to another; or if the allegory be new turned; for all this must necessarily happen; as the fables were the inventions ... meaning, that some of these fables are so absurd, and idle in their narration, as to show and proclaim an allegory even afar off. ... I enclose my letter to the people of Bristol, that you may, if you can, prove me a cheat and deceiver. ... I throw down the gauntlet for theological debate to the entire clergy of England, dissenting preachers, and all men, and say, anbsp;...
|Title||:||The Oracle of Reason, Or, Philosophy Vindicated|