Eight Discourses on the Connection Between the Old and New Testament Considered as Two Parts of the Same Divine Revelation and Demonstrative of the Great Doctrine of Atonement: Accompanied with a Preliminary Discourse Addressed to the Younger Clergy Containing Some Remarks on the Late Professor Campbell's Ecclesiastical History
J. Hatchard, 1802 - 481 Seiten
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