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John Smith

Christian religion’s appeal from the groundless prejudices of the sceptick, to the bar of common reason. Wherein is proved that, 1. The Apostles did not delude the world. 2. Nor were themselves deluded. 3. Scripture-matters of fact have the best evidence. 4. The divinity o scripture is as demonstrable as the being of a deity. By John Smith, rector of St. Maries in Colchester.

London: Printed for Nathanael Brook, at the Angel in Cornhil, near the Royal Exchange , 1675.
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Christian religion’s appeal from the groundless prejudices of the sceptick, to the bar of common reason. Wherein is proved that, 1. The Apostles did not delude the world. 2. Nor were themselves deluded. 3. Scripture-matters of fact have the best evidence. 4. The divinity o scripture is as demonstrable as the being of a deity. By John Smith, rector of St. Maries in Colchester. Library Average
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