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Four theological tracts.

Material type: TextTextSeries: Theological tracts ; I-IV. Publisher: Boston : W. Wells, 1809Description: xvi, 93, xi, 111, 37, 45 p. ; 24 cm.Contained works: Zollikofer, Georg Joachim, 1730-1788. Seven sermons on the reformation. 1809 | Bell, William, 1731-1816. A practical inquiry into the authority, nature, and design of the Lord's Supper. 1809 | Hare, Francis, Bp. of Chichester, 1671-1740. On the difficulties and discouragements, which attend the study of the scriptures. 1809 | Foster, James, 1697-1753. Essay on fundamentals. 1809.Subject(s): Theology | Reformation -- Sermons | Lord's Supper -- Sermons | Bible -- Study and teaching
Contents:
I. Seven sermons on the reformation / by Zollikofer -- II. A practical inquiry into the authority, nature, and design of the Lord's Supper / by W. Bell -- III. On the difficulties and discouragements, which attend the study of the scriptures in the way of private judgment / by Bishop Hare -- IV. An essay on fundamentals, with a particular regard to the doctrine of the trinity / by James Foster.
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BT10 .F68 1809 (Browse shelf) Not for loan Raymond W. Albright Collection 30092000271073
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I. Seven sermons on the reformation / by Zollikofer -- II. A practical inquiry into the authority, nature, and design of the Lord's Supper / by W. Bell -- III. On the difficulties and discouragements, which attend the study of the scriptures in the way of private judgment / by Bishop Hare -- IV. An essay on fundamentals, with a particular regard to the doctrine of the trinity / by James Foster.

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