The Christian Philosopher

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In 1721 The Christian Philosopher was published. Written by Cotton Mather, it was the first systematic book on science published in America. Mather attempted to show how newtonian mechanics and religion were in harmony. It was in part based on Robert Boyle's 1690 The Christian Virtuoso. [1]