The anti-universalist, or, History of the fallen angels of the Scriptures : proofs of the being of Satan and of evil spirits, and many other curious matters connected therewith / by Josiah Priest ; embellished with twelve engravings.

Albany : J. Munsell, 1839.

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Other Title History of the fallen angels of the Scriptures.
Subjects Angels.
Balfour, Walter, 1776-1852. Inquiry into the Scriptural doctrine concerning the Devil and Satan.
Ballou, Hosea, 1771-1852. Treatise on atonement.
Future life -- Controversial literature.
Good and evil.
Universalism -- Controversial literature.
Description vii, 420 p. : ill. ; 21 cm.
Notes Includes attacks on Walter Balfour's An inquiry into the Scriptural doctrine concerning the Devil and Satan, and Hosea Ballou's A treatise on atonement.
Part 2 has separate t.p. (p. [225]): History of Satan, and proofs of the existence of devils and evil spirits: with many other curious matters, connected therewih [sic]; intended as a refutation of the main points of Universalist theology, namely, that there is no Hell, no Devil, nor Day of Judgment. Part second. Albany : J. Munsell, 1837.
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