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Dissertations on the Mosaical creation, deluge, building of Babel, and confusion of tongues, &c. I. Against modern infidels; shewing, that Moses justly declares the whole universe, matter and form, to have been created by God: his authority, both as a human and divine legislator: ... II. Against the Hutchinsonians: that the Mosaical account is an historical revealed truth, not a system of philosophy; much less their system of fire, light, and spirit: errors of that system against theology and philosophy: that their explications of the Hebrew words Elohim, Ruah, Rakia, Shamaim, &c. containing such errors against both, must be wrong...
London: Printed for the author; and sold by C. Davis in Holborn; and T. Osborne in Gray’s-Inn, 1750.
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|Borrower Name||Volume||Date Out||Date In||Fine||Transcribed
|Daniel Phoenix||3/3/1790||3/10/1790||Berington's Dissertation|
|John Cozine||4/28/1790||4/30/1790||Berringtons dissertations|
|Roger Alden||3/28/1791||3/29/1791||Beringtons dissertations|
|John Frost||11/29/1791||12/20/1791||Beringtons dissertations|
|John Frost||12/20/1791||12/27/1791||" con|