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The ancient and modern doctrine of Holy Fathers, and judicious divines, concerning the rash citation of the testimony of sacred Scripture, in conclusions meerly natural, and that may be proved by sensible experiments, and necessary demonstrations.

Author: Galileo Galilei; Thomas Salusbury
Publisher: London : Leybourn, 1661.
Edition/Format:   Book : English
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Galileo Galilei; Thomas Salusbury
OCLC Number: 614597733
Notes: Written, some years since, to gratifie The most Serene Christina Lotharinga, Arch-Duchess of Tuscany.
Now rendered into English from the Italian.

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