A Preservative Against Socinianisn. By Jonath. Edwards D.D. and Principal of Jesus Coll. Oxon: The falshood and impiety of that pernicious opinion advanced by Socinus and his followers, viz. That reason is to be the great rule of our faith, and the supreme judge of revealed religion. The fourth and last part. By Jonathan Edwards D.D. and Chaplain in ordinary to the queen, Volume 4
printed at the Theater for H. Clements, 1703 - 235 pages
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