Extracts from the writings of eminent divines of the Church of England on the history of the creation and fall, on justification, and on the inspiration of the apostles : being an appendix to a vindication of Mr. Belsham"s translation and exposition of the Epistles of Paul. by Thomas Belsham

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  • Belsham, Thomas, -- 1750-1829.,
  • Bible. -- N.T. -- Epistles of Paul -- Inspiration.,
  • Creation.,
  • Justification (Christian theology)

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