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Joseph Butler (1692–1752)

Butler, Joseph. An English divine and theological writer; born at Wantage, 1692; died in 1752. He had a distinguished career in the Church, but his fame rests upon the ‘Analogy of Religion, Natural and Revealed, to the Constitution and Course of Nature’ (1736), which is an argumentative and philosophical treatise on Christianity.