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Jonathan Edwards

The great Christian doctrine of original sin defended; evidences of it's [sic] truth produced, and arguments to the contrary answered. Containing, in particular, a reply to the objections and arguings of Dr. John Taylor, in his book, intitled, "The Scripture-doctrine of original sin proposed to free and candid examination, &c. By the late Reverend and learned Jonathan Edwards, president of the College of New-Jersey. [Thirteen lines of quotations]

Boston: Printed and sold by S. Kneeland, opposite to the probate-office in Queen-Street, 1758.
The great Christian doctrine of original sin defended; evidences of it's [sic] truth produced, and arguments to the contrary answered. Containing, in particular, a reply to the objections and arguings of Dr. John Taylor, in his book, intitled, "The Scripture-doctrine of original sin proposed to free and candid examination, &c. By the late Reverend and learned Jonathan Edwards, president of the College of New-Jersey. [Thirteen lines of quotations] Library Average
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Samuel Jones2/19/17902/24/1790Edwards Original Sin
John Slidell3/4/17913/14/1791Edwards on Origami
John Slidell3/14/17913/18/1791" con
Nicholas Roosevelt3/26/17924/16/1792" on Original Sin
Christopher Wolfe2/10/18042/23/1804Edwards on Orig. Sin
Matthew Clarkson5/5/18045/28/1804Edward's Original Sin
William Coit11/8/180411/22/1804Edwards on O Sin
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