The philosophy of the human mind, in respect to religion; or, A demonstration, from the necessity of things, that religion entered the world by revelation. Also, An inquiry into the production, nature, and effects of the Christian faith, according to the expositions of Christ, and his Apostles - the detection of long standing errors, &c. and the necessary dependance [sic] of the American Republics upon the Christian Religion, for their origin and continuance, evinced. (图书, 1813) [WorldCat.org]
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The philosophy of the human mind, in respect to religion; or, A demonstration, from the necessity of things, that religion entered the world by revelation. Also, An inquiry into the production, nature, and effects of the Christian faith, according to the expositions of Christ, and his Apostles - the detection of long standing errors, &c. and the necessary dependance [sic] of the American Republics upon the Christian Religion, for their origin and continuance, evinced.
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The philosophy of the human mind, in respect to religion; or, A demonstration, from the necessity of things, that religion entered the world by revelation. Also, An inquiry into the production, nature, and effects of the Christian faith, according to the expositions of Christ, and his Apostles - the detection of long standing errors, &c. and the necessary dependance [sic] of the American Republics upon the Christian Religion, for their origin and continuance, evinced.

著者: James Fishback
出版商: Lexington, Ky., Thomas T. Skillman, 1813.
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Fishback, James, 1776-1845.
Philosophy of the human mind, in respect to religion; or, A demonstration.
Lexington, Ky., Thomas T. Skillman, 1813
(OCoLC)942856561
文档类型 图书
所有的著者/提供者: James Fishback
OCLC号码: 14757166
描述: 306 pages, 1 leaf 23 cm
责任: By James Fishback.

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