Remarks on Several Occasional Reflections: In Answer to the Reverend Doctors Stebbing and Sykes. Serving to Explain and Justify the Two Dissertations in the Divine Legation, Concerning the Command to Abraham to Offer Up His Son; and the Nature of the Jewish Theocracy; ... Part II. and Last. By Mr. Warburton, Volume 3
John and Paul Knapton, 1745 - 256 pages
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