A Critical Dissertation Upon the Seventh Verse of the Fifth Chapter of St. John's First Epistle, There are Three, that Bear Record in Heaven, &c: Wherein the Authentickness of this Text is Fully Prov'd Against the Objections of Mr. Simon and the Modern Arians, Volume 9
William and John Innys, at the Prince's Arms at the West End of St. Paul's Church-yard., 1719 - Arianism - 110 pages
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