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The use of sacred history : especially as illustrating and confirming the great doctrines of revelation. To which are prefixed two dissertations ; the first, on the authrnticity of the history contained in the Pentateuch, and in Joshua, the second, proving that the books ascribed to Moses were actually written by him and by divine inspiration Preview this item
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The use of sacred history : especially as illustrating and confirming the great doctrines of revelation. To which are prefixed two dissertations ; the first, on the authrnticity of the history contained in the Pentateuch, and in Joshua, the second, proving that the books ascribed to Moses were actually written by him and by divine inspiration

Author: John Jamieson
Publisher: Edinburgh : A. Nell, 1802.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Jamieson, John, 1759-1838.
Use of sacred history.
Edinburgh : A. Nell, 1802
(OCoLC)656831401
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John Jamieson
OCLC Number: 2377374
Description: 2 volumes ; 23 cm
Responsibility: by John Jamieson.

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