An Essay on Fundamentals: With a Particular Regard to the Doctrine of the Ever-blessed Trinity. With an Appendix, Concerning the True Import of the Phrase, Son of God, as 'tis Apply'd to Christ. By James Foster ...
John Clarke, 1720 - 37 pages
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