The Fourth Commandment Abrogated by the Gospel: Or, the Fourth Commandment's Enjoining the Observance of the Seventh Day of the Week, as a Religious Rest, was Only Obligatory and Binding Within the Jewish State....
J. Roberts, 1736 - 68 pages
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