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A discourse of the grounds and reasons of the Christian religion. In two parts: the first containing some considerations on the quotations made from the Old in the New Testament, and particularly on the prophecies cited from the former and said to be fulfill'd in the latter. The second containing an examination of the scheme advanc'd by Mr. Whiston in his Essay towards restoring the true text of the Old Testament, and for vindicating the citations thence made in the New Testament. To which is prefix'd an apology for free debate and liberty of writing ...

Title:A discourse of the grounds and reasons of the Christian religion. In two parts: the first containing some considerations on the quotations made from the Old in the New Testament, and particularly on the prophecies cited from the former and said to be fulfill'd in the latter. The second containing an examination of the scheme advanc'd by Mr. Whiston in his Essay towards restoring the true text of the Old Testament, and for vindicating the citations thence made in the New Testament. To which is prefix'd an apology for free debate and liberty of writing ...
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Note:London, 1724
  
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Subject:Whiston, William, 1667-1752
Subject:Bible
Subject:Messiah
Subject:Liberty
Subject:Christianity
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