The divine authority of the Old and New Testament asserted. With a particular vindication of the character of Moses, and the prophets, our Saviour Jesus Christ, and His apostles, against the unjust aspersions and false reasonings of a book, entitled. The moral philosopher. To which is added a defence of this book against the exceptions and misrepresentations in the second volume of The moral philosopher (Book, 1837) [WorldCat.org]
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The divine authority of the Old and New Testament asserted. With a particular vindication of the character of Moses, and the prophets, our Saviour Jesus Christ, and His apostles, against the unjust aspersions and false reasonings of a book, entitled. The moral philosopher. To which is added a defence of this book against the exceptions and misrepresentations in the second volume of The moral philosopher
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The divine authority of the Old and New Testament asserted. With a particular vindication of the character of Moses, and the prophets, our Saviour Jesus Christ, and His apostles, against the unjust aspersions and false reasonings of a book, entitled. The moral philosopher. To which is added a defence of this book against the exceptions and misrepresentations in the second volume of The moral philosopher

Author: John Leland
Publisher: London : T. Tegg and Son ; Glasgow : R. Griffin and Co., 1837.
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Leland, John, 1691-1766.
Divine authority of the Old and New Testament asserted.
London, T. Tegg and son: Glasgow, R. Griffin and co. [etc., etc.] 1837
(OCoLC)555532724
Named Person: Thomas Morgan
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John Leland
OCLC Number: 68140893
Description: xvi. 502 pages ; 23 cm
Responsibility: by John Leland ...

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