A discourse concerning the resurrection of Jesus Christ. In three parts. Wherein, I. The consequences of the doctrine are stated hypothetically. II. The nature and obligation of moral evidence, are explain'd at large. III. The proofs of the fact of Our Saviour's resurrection, are propos'd ... (Book, 1714) [WorldCat.org]
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A discourse concerning the resurrection of Jesus Christ. In three parts. Wherein, I. The consequences of the doctrine are stated hypothetically. II. The nature and obligation of moral evidence, are explain'd at large. III. The proofs of the fact of Our Saviour's resurrection, are propos'd ...

Author: Humphry Ditton
Publisher: London, Printed by J. Darby, 1714.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : The 2d edView all editions and formats
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Ditton, Humphry, 1675-1715.
Discourse concerning the resurrection of Jesus Christ. I. The consequences of the doctrine are stated hypothetically. II. The nature and obligation of moral evidence, are explain'd at large. III. The proofs of the fact of Our Saviour's resurrection, are propos'd .
London, Printed by J. Darby, 1714
(OCoLC)555625170
Named Person: Jesus Christ; Jesus Christ.
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Humphry Ditton
OCLC Number: 23621891
Description: xvi, 519 pages 19 cm
Responsibility: By Humphry Ditton ...

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