Tho Stackhouse Bibliography

A Fair State of the Controversy between Mr. Woolston and his Adversaries: containing the Substance of what he asserts in his Six Discourses against the Literal Sense of our Blessed Saviour’s Miracles; and what Bishop Gibson, Bishop Chandler, Bishop Smallbroke, Bishop Sherlock, Dr. Pearce, Dr. Rogers, Mr. Stebbing, Mr. Chandler, Mr. Lardner, Mr. Ray, &c. have advanc’d against him 1730
According to Stackhouse, civil justice serves as a warning that, if Woolston did not abandon his infidelity, God would punish him much more severely.