An Essay on the Doctrine of the Trinity: Attempting to Prove it by Reason and Demonstration, Founded Upon Duration and Space : and Upon Some of the Divine Perfections, Some of the Powers of the Human Soul, the Language of the Scripture, and Tradition Among All Nations
J. Hatchard; [etc., et.], 1815 - 576 sider
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