The confessions of a member of the Church of England, occasioned by a laborious examination of the ... work ... William Jones, entitled 'The Catholic doctrine of a Trinity.' And also, A brief essay on Socinianism
Marsh and Miller, 1830 - 205 strán (strany)
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