In: Life and Writings of Thomas Paine
The Prospect Papers are: - Remarks on R. Hall’s Sermon - Of the Word “Religion” - Of Cain and Abel - The Tower of Babel - Of the Religion of Deism - To the Missionary Society - Of the Sabbath Day in Connecticut - Of the Old and New Testament - Hints on Inquiring Into Religious History - To Bishop Moore - To John Mason - On Deism - Of the Books of the New Testament - Biblical Blasphemy - Biblical Anachronism - Religious Intelligence - Remarks
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