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The supremacy of the Father asserted : or, eight arguments from Scripture, to prove, that the Son is a being, inferior and subordinate to the Father, and that the Father alone is the Supreme God. With the most material objections answer'd. Drawn up for more private use ; but now made publick, at the Request of some Friends. By Thomas Chubb, A Lay-Member of the Church of England. Preview this item
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The supremacy of the Father asserted : or, eight arguments from Scripture, to prove, that the Son is a being, inferior and subordinate to the Father, and that the Father alone is the Supreme God. With the most material objections answer'd. Drawn up for more private use ; but now made publick, at the Request of some Friends. By Thomas Chubb, A Lay-Member of the Church of England.

Author: Thomas Chubb
Publisher: London : Printed for J. Roberts, near Warwick-Lane, [1718]
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All Authors / Contributors: Thomas Chubb
OCLC Number: 745296808
Description: 1 online resource ([16], 94, [2] pages)

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