A Catalogue of An Extensive Collection Of Books In British and Foreign Theology.

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Page 45 - Gangraena: or A Catalogue and Discovery of many of the Errors, Heresies, Blasphemies and pernicious Practices of the Sectaries of this time, vented and acted in England in these four last yeers . . . The Third Edition, corrected and much Enlarged.
Page 111 - A Connection of Sacred and Profane History, from the death of Joshua to the decline of the kingdoms of Israel and Judah (intended to complete the works of Shuckford and Prideaux), by the Rev. Michael Russell, LL.D., Episcopal minister,
Page 51 - MAHOMETANISM UNVEILED ; an Inquiry in which that Arch-Heresy, its Diffusion and Continuance, are examined on a new principle, tending to confirm the Evidences, and aid the Propagation, of the Christian Faith.
Page 49 - The Fathers of the English Church, or a Selection from the Writings of the Reformers and Early Protestant Divines of the Church of England
Page 93 - Ecclesiastical History, from the birth of Christ to the beginning of the eighteenth century," is unquestionably the best that is extant.
Page 125 - The Old Testament, arranged in historical and chronological order, (on the basis of Lightfoot's Chronicle,) in such a manner that the books, chapters, Psalms, prophecies, &c., &c., may be read as one connected history, in the words of the authorized translation.
Page 125 - Illustrations of Biblical Literature, exhibiting the History and Fate of the Sacred Writings, from the earliest period to the present century ; including Biographical Notices of Translators, and other eminent Biblical Scholars By the Rev.
Page 17 - AUTHOR. THE CHRISTIAN STUDENT; Designed to assist Christians in general in acquiring Religious Knowledge With Lists of Books adapted to the various Classes of Society.
Page 87 - MAN (the) of sin : or a discourse of popery : wherein the numerous and monstrous abominations, in doctrine and practice, of the Romish Church are by their own hands exposed so to open light, that the very blind may see them, and Antichrist in capital letters engraven on them : particularly in the infinite drove of their adored, but lying wonders and miracles.
Page 83 - An historical Account of Church Government, as it was in Great Britain and Ireland, when they first received the Christian Religion.

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