List of Works By Joseph Priestley - Theological and Religious Works

Theological and Religious Works

  • —. The Scripture Doctrine of Remission. London: Printed for C. Henderson; R. Griffiths; and P. A. De Hondt, 1761.
  • —. No Man Liveth to Himself, a Sermon preached before the Assembly of Protestant Dissenting-Ministers, of the counties of Lancaster and Chester, met at Manchester May 16, 1764... Warrington: n.p., 1764.
  • —. A Catechism for Children and Young Persons. London: n.p., 1767.
  • —. A Free Address to Protestant Dissenters on the Subject of the Lord's Supper. London: Printed for J. Johnson, 1768.
  • —. Considerations on Differences of Opinion among Christians. London: Printed for J. Johnson and J. Payne, 1769.
  • —. A Serious Address to Masters of Families, with Forms of Family-Prayer. London: Printed for J. Johnson and J. Payne, 1769.
  • —. Additions to the Address to Protestant Dissenters, on the Subject of the Lord's Supper. London: Printed for Joseph Johnson, 1770.
  • —. A Familiar Illustration of Certain Passages of Scripture relating to the power of man to do the Will of God, Original Sin, Election and Reprobation, the Divinity of Christ and Atonement for Sin by the Death of Christ. Leeds, n.p., 1770.
  • —. Letters to the Author of Remarks on Several Late Publications Relative to the Dissenters. London: Printed for J. Johnson, 1770.
  • —. A Free Address to Protestant Dissenters, on the Subject of Church Discipline. London: Printed for J. Johnson, 1770.
  • —. An Appeal to the Serious and Candid Professors of Christianity. Leeds: n.p., 1771.
  • —. Letters and Queries Addressed to the Anonymous Answerer of an Appeal to the Serious and Candid Professors of Christianity. Leeds: Sold by J. Binns, 1771.
  • —. A Scripture Catechism, consisting of a Series of Questions, with References to the Scriptures. n.l: n.p., 1772.
  • —. Institutes of Natural and Revealed Religion. Vol. 1. London: Printed for J. Johnson, 1772.
  • —. Institutes of Natural and Revealed Religion. Vol. 2. London: Printed for J. Johnson, 1773.
  • —. An Address to Protestant Dissenters on Giving the Lord's Supper to Children. London: Printed for J. Johnson, 1773.
  • —. A Sermon Preached before the Congregation of Protestant Dissenters at Mill-Hill Chapel in Leeds, May 16, 1773 . . . On Occasion of his resigning his Pastoral Office among them. London: Printed for J. Johnson, 1773.
  • —. Institutes of Natural and Revealed Religion. Vol. 3. London: Printed for J. Johnson, 1774.
  • —. A Letter to a Layman, on the Subject of the Rev. Mr. Lindsey's Proposal for a Reformed English Church. London: Printed for J. Wilkie, 1774.
  • —. Harmony of the Evangelists, in Greek. London: Printed for J. Johnson, 1777.
  • —. The Doctrine of Divine Influence on the Human Mind, considered, in a Sermon . Bath: Printed by R. Cruttwell; sold by J. Johnson, London, 1779.
  • —. A Harmony of the Evangelists in English. London: Printed for J. Johnson, 1780.
  • —. Two Letters to Dr. Newcome, Bishop of Waterford. On the Duration of our Saviour's Ministry. Birmingham: Printed by Pearson and Rollason, for J. Johnson, London, 1780.
  • —. A Third Letter to Dr. Newcome, Bishop of Waterford, on the Duration of our Saviour's Ministry. Birmingham: Printed by Piercy and Jones, for J. Johnson, London, 1781.
  • —. A Sermon preached December the 31st, 1780, at the New Meeting in Birmingham, on undertaking the Pastoral Office in that Place. Birmingham: Printed by Pearson and Rollason, for J. Johnson, London, 1781.
  • —. The Proper Constitution of a Christian church, considered in A Sermon, preached at the New Meeting in Birmingham, November 3, 1782. Birmingham: Printed by Pearson and Rollason, 1782.
  • —. Two Discourses; I. On Habitual Devotion, II. On the Duty of not living to Ourselves; Both Preached to Assemblies of Protestant Dissenting Ministers, and published at their Request. Birmingham: Printed by Piercy and Jones, for J. Johnson, London, 1782.
  • —. An History of the Corruptions of Christianity. Birmingham: Printed by Piercy and Jones, for J. Johnson, 1782.
  • —. Forms of Prayer and other Offices for the Use of Unitarian Societies. Birmingham: Printed by Pearson and Rollason, for J. Johnson, London, 1783.
  • —. A Reply to the Animadversions on the History of the Corruptions of Christianity. n.l.:, n.p., 1783.
  • —. A General View of the Arguments for the Unity of God; and against the Divinity and Pre-existence of Christ, from Reason, from the Scriptures, and from History. Birmingham: Printed by Piercy and Jones, for J. Johnson, London, 1783.
  • —. Letters to Dr. Horsley, in Answer to his Animadversions on the History of the Corruptions of Christianity. Birmingham: Printed by Pearson and Rollason, for J. Johnson, London, 1783.
  • —. Defences of the History of the Corruptions of Christianity. London: Printed for J. Johnson, 1783-6.
  • —. Letters to Dr. Horsley, Part II. Birmingham: Printed by Pearson and Rollason, for J. Johnson, London, 1784.
  • —. The Importance and Extent of Free Inquiry in Matters of Religion: a Sermon, preached before the Congregation of the Old and New Meeting of Protestant Dissenters at Birmingham. Birmingham: Printed by M. Swinney; for J. Johnson, London, 1785.
  • —. Letters to Dr. Horsley, Part III. Birmingham: Printed by Pearson and Rollason, for J. Johnson, London, 1786.
  • —. An History of the Early Opinions Concerning Jesus Christ . . . Proving that the Christian Religion Was at First Unitarian. Birmingham: Printed for the author, by Pearson and Rollason, and sold by J. Johnson, 1786.
  • —. Letters to the Jews; inviting them to an Amicable Discussion of the Evidences of Christianity. Birmingham: Printed by Pearson and Rollason; sold by J. Johnson, 1786.
  • —. Letters to the Jews, Part II. Birmingham: Printed for the author, by Pearson and Rollason; sold by J. Johnson, London, 1787.
  • —. Discourses on Various Subjects. Birmingham: Printed for the author, by Pearson and Rollason; sold by J. Johnson, London, 1787.
  • —. Defences of Unitarianism for the Year 1786. London: n.p., 1787–90.
  • —. Letters to Dr. Horne . . . to the Young Men, who are in a Course of Education for the Christian Ministry, at the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge. Birmingham: Printed for the author by Pearson and Rollason; sold by J. Johnson, London, 1787.
  • —. Defences of Unitarianism for the Year 1787. Birmingham: Printed for the author by Pearson and Rollason; sold by J. Johnson, London, 1788.
  • —. Letters to Dr. Geddes. Birmingham: n.p., 1788.
  • —. A Sermon on the Subject of the Slave Trade; delivered to a Society of Protestant Dissenters, at the New Meeting, in Birmingham. Birmingham: Printed for the author by Pearson and Rollason; sold by J. Johnson, 1788.
  • —. The Conduct to be Observed by Dissenters, in Order to Procure the Repeal of the Corporation and Test Acts, recommended in a Sermon, preached before the Congregations of the Old and New Meetings, at Birmingham, November 5, 1789. Birmingham: Printed by J. Thompson; sold by J. Johnson, London, 1789.
  • —. Defences of Unitarianism for the Years 1788 and 1789. Birmingham: Printed by J. Thompson, for J. Johnson, London, .
  • —. Familiar Letters addressed to the Inhabitants of Birmingham, in Refutation of several Charges, advanced against the Dissenters. Birmingham: Printed by F. Thompson; and sold by J. Johnson, London, 1790.
  • —. A View of Revealed Religion; A Sermon, preached at the Ordination of the Rev. William Field of Warwick, July 12, 1790. Birmingham: Printed by J. Thompson; sold by J. Johnson, London, 1790.
  • —. Letters to the Rev. Edward Burn . . . in Answer to his, on the Infallibility of the Apostolic Testimony, concerning the Person of Christ. Birmingham: Printed by J. Thompson; sold by J. Johnson, London, 1790.
  • —. Letter to Candidates for Orders in Both Universities on Subscription to Articles of Religion. Cambridge and London: Sold by J & J. Merrill and J. Bowtell, Cambridge; D. Prince and J. Johnson, London, .
  • —. Reflection on Death: A Sermon, on Occasion of the Death of the Rev. Robert Robinson, of Cambridge, Delivered at the New Meeting in Birmingham, June 13, 1790. Birmingham: Printed by J. Belcher; sold by J. Johnson, London, 1790.
  • —. The Evidence of the Resurrection of Jesus considered, in a Discourse first delivered in the Assembly-room at Buxton, on Sunday, September 19, 1790. Birmingham: Printed for J. Thompson, for J. Johnson, London, 1790.
  • —. The Proper Objects of Education in the Present State of the World Represented in a Discourse delivered on Wednesday, April 27, 1791. At the Meeting-House in the Old-Jewry, London; to the Supporters of the New College at Hackney. London: J. Johnson, 1791.
  • —. A Discourse on Occasion of the Death of Dr. Price; delivered at Hackney, on Sunday, May 1, 1791. London: Printed for J. Johnson, 1791.
  • —. Letters to the Members of the New Jerusalem Church, formed by Baron Swedenborg. Birmingham: Printed by J. Thompson; sold by J. Johnson, London, 1791.
  • —. An Address to the Methodists. Birmingham: Printed by Thomas Pearson; and sold by J. Johnson, London, 1791.
  • —. The Evidences of the Resurrection of Jesus considered, in a Discourse . . . To which is added, an Address to the Jews. Birmingham: Printed for J. Thompson, for J. Johnson, London, 1791.
  • —. The Duty of Forgiveness of Injuries: A Discourse, intended to be delivered soon after the Riots in Birmingham. Birmingham: Printed by J. Thompson, for J. Johnson, London, 1791.
  • —. A Particular Attention to the Instruction of the Young recommended, in a Discourse, delivered at the Gravel-Pit Meeting, in Hackney, December 4, 1791, on entering on the Office of Pastor to the Congregation of Protestant Dissenters, assembling in that Place. London: Printed for J. Johnson, 1791.
  • —. Letters to a Young Man, occasioned by Mr. Wakefield's Essay on Public Worship. London: Printed for J. Johnson, 1792.
  • —. Letters to a Young Man, Part II. London: Printed for J. Johnson, 1793.
  • —. Letters to the Philosophers and Politicians of France, on the Subject of Religion. London: Printed for J. Johnson, 1793.
  • —. A Sermon Preached at the Gravel-Pit Meeting in Hackney, April 19, 1793. Being the Day appointed for a General Fast. London: Printed for J. Johnson, 1793.
  • —. A Continuation of Letters to the Philosophers and Politicians of France, on the Subject of Religion. Northumberland: Printed by Andrew Kennedy, 1794.
  • —. An Answer to Mr. Paine's Age of Reason, being a Continuation of Letters to the Philosophers and Politicians of France on the Subject of Religion and of the Letters to a Philosophical Unbeliever. Northumberland: n.p., 1794.
  • —. The Use of Christianity, especially in Difficult Times; a Sermon delivered at the Gravel Pit Meeting in Hackney, March 30, 1794, being the Author's Farewell Discourse to his Congregation. London: Printed for J. Johnson, 1794.
  • —. Discourses on the Evidences of Revealed Religion. London: Printed for J. Johnson, 1794.
  • —. The Present State of Europe compared with Ancient Prophecies; A Sermon, preached at the Gravel Pit Meeting in Hackney, February 28, 1794, being the Day appointed for a General Fast. With a Preface, containing the Reasons for the Author's leaving England. London: Printed for J. Johnson, 1794.
  • —. Observations on the Increase of Infidelity. Northumberland: Printed by Andrew Kennedy, 1795.
  • —. Unitarianism Explained and Defended. Philadelphia: Printed by John Thompson, 1796.
  • —. An Address to the Unitarian Congregation at Philadelphia, delivered on Sunday, March 5, 1797. Philadelphia: Printed by Joseph Gales, 1797.
  • —. Discourses relating to the Evidences of Revealed Religion. Published in 3 volumes. Philadelphia: Printed by T. Dobson, 1797.
  • —. Letters to M. Volney, occasioned by a Work of his entitled Ruins. Philadelphia: Printed by Thomas Dobson, 1797.
  • —. A Comparison of the Institutions of Moses with Those of the Hindoos and Other Ancient Nations. Northumberland: n.p., 1797.
  • —. An Inquiry into the Knowledge of the Ancient Hebrews, concerning a Future State. London: Printed for J. Johnson, by D. Levi, 1801.
  • —. A Letter to an Antipaedobaptist. Northumberland: Printed by Andrew Kennedy, 1802.
  • —. A Letter to the Reverend John Blair Linn in Defense of Socrates and Jews Compared. Northumberland: n.p. 1803.
  • —. A Second Letter to the Revd. John Blair Lann . . . in Reply to His Defense of the Doctrines of the Divinity of Christ and Atonement. Northumberland: Printed for P. Byrne, Philadelphia, by Andrew Kennedy, 1803.
  • —. Notes on All the Books of Scripture, for the Use of the Pulpit and Private Families. Northumberland: Printed for the author by Andrew Kennedy, 1803.
  • —. Socrates and Jesus Compared. Philadelphia: Printed by P. Byrne, 1803.
  • —. The Originality and Superior Excellence of the Mosaic Institutions Demonstrated. Philadelphia: Printed by Andrew Kennedy, for P. Byrne, 1803.
  • —. Doctrines of Heathen Philosophy, Compared with Those of Revelation. Northumberland: Printed by John Binns, 1804.
  • —. Index to the Bible. Philadelphia: n.p., 1804.
  • —. Four Discourses intended to have been delivered at Philadelphia. Northumberland: Printed by John Binns, 1806.
  • —. The Importance of Religion to Enlarge the Mind of Man; Considered and Illustrated in a Sermon.. Birmingham: Printed and sold by J. Belcher & Son, 1808.

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