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Le Christianisme dévoilé, ou Examen des principes et des effets de la religion chrétienne


Nicolas-Antoine Boulanger (Paul Henri Dietrich d'Holbach)

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Published in 1766 [showing 1756] in Nancy: Leclerc [showing as London]. Baron d'Holbach published his controversial anti-religious work, using Boulanger's name as his pseudonym, two years after the philosopher's death. Boulanger was one of the first modern critics of Paul and had published a work, titled 'L’Antiquité dévoilée par ses usages' (1766). In this work, d'Holbach focuses on aspects of the Christian faith which he considers inconsistent, and is particularly critical of the moral and political influence of the Christian religion.

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