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A supplement to the Vindication of God's moral character. Wherein three objections are examined: Two urged against the Wisdom and Goodness of God; and the other against Human Liberty. To which is added, the case of Abraham with Regard to his offering up Isaac in Sacrifice, Re-Examined. In a letter to a clergyman. By Tho. Chubb.
- Chubb, Thomas, 1679-1747.
- M.DCC.XXVII. 
Virtuous violence : hurting and killing to create, sustain, end, and honor social relationships : the social-relational, moral motivational psychology, cultural anthropology and history of war, torture, genocide, animal and human sacrifice, obedience to gods, religious self-torture, homicide, robbery, intimate partner conflict, rape, suicide and self-harm, corporal and capital punishment, trial by ordeal and combat, policing, initiation, castration, fighting for status, contac sports and martial arts, honor, the Iliad and the Trojan War, injurious mortuary rites, and homicidal mourning
- Fiske, Alan Page, 1947-
Observations relating to various parts of scripture history, Abraham offering up his son. God not the Author of human Sacrifices. Of the Empire of the Assyrians. The Sins of the Father not punishable in their Children. When Cloathing was first introduced. Confusion of Languages not at one Time. A Future State. Jephthah did not sacrifice his Daughter. The Time in which Job lived. The Antiquity of Letters. The Hebrew Letters not changed. Music discovered without design. The Establishment of Property. The Rise of Sacrifices. The real serpent not cursed. And many others. By Israel Lyons, Senior; Teacher of the Hebrew Tongue, in the University of Cambridge.
- Lyons, Israel, -1770.
- M,DCC,LXVIII. 
The second part of the plea for humane reason. In answer to a letter written to the author of the Plea for humane reason. Under the name of John Browne curate of Richmond, &c. In which answer is particularly and fully consider'd the scripture doctrine of the sacrifice of the death of Christ for sin, on which the right knowledge of the Christian religion entirely depends.
- Jackson, John, 1686-1763.