Evidences of revealed religion, and particularly Christianity, stated
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Evidences of revealed religion, and particularly Christianity, stated with reference to a pamphlet called "The age of reason"; in a discourse delivered at the chapel in Lewin"s-mead, Bristol, December 25, 1795. And, with omissions, in Essex-street, London, January 17, 1796. by John Prior Estlin

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Published by printed by N. Briggs in Bristol .
Written in English


  • Paine, Thomas, -- 1737-1809.

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