The Credibility of the Gospel History, Part II, Vol. 3: Or the Principal Facts of the New Testament; Containing the History of the Christian Writers of the Former Part of the Third Century, and Their Testimony to the Books of the New Testament

The Credibility of the Gospel History, Part II, Vol. 3: Or the Principal Facts of the New Testament; Containing the History of the Christian Writers of the Former Part of the Third Century, and Their Testimony to the Books of the New Testament


The Credibility of the Gospel History, Part II, Vol. 3: Or the Principal Facts of the New Testament; Containing the History of the Christian Writers of the Former Part of the Third Century, and Their Testimony to the Books of the New Testament

 


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Nathaniel Lardner

  • Author: Nathaniel Lardner
  • Type: Mobi type
  • Pages: 446 pages
  • ISBN: none
  • ASIN: 9781333496838
  • Edition Language: English


  • Excerpt from The Credibility of the Gospel History, Part II, Vol.

    3: Or the Principal Facts of the New Testament; Containing the History of the Christian Writers of the Former Part of the Third Century, and Their Testimony to the Books of the New Testament S the number of pages in this fecond Edition of this Volume is the fame, as in the firfi, the Alphabetical Table at the end of the fourth Volume might fiill fu ice.

    Neverthelefs I have now made a particular Table for this third Volume. Various Readings, and Texts explained, are alfo placed at the end. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books.

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