The Resource A letter to Mr. W. Whiston, : Proving that his quotations from the Old Testament, in his letter to the Earl of Nottingham, concerning the eternity of the Son and Holy Ghost, are neither true nor fair. With a postscript, being an inquiry, whether the orthodox doctrine of the most Holy Trinity may not be manifested by natural reason. By W. Higgs, (electronic resource)

A letter to Mr. W. Whiston, : Proving that his quotations from the Old Testament, in his letter to the Earl of Nottingham, concerning the eternity of the Son and Holy Ghost, are neither true nor fair. With a postscript, being an inquiry, whether the orthodox doctrine of the most Holy Trinity may not be manifested by natural reason. By W. Higgs, (electronic resource)

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A letter to Mr. W. Whiston, : Proving that his quotations from the Old Testament, in his letter to the Earl of Nottingham, concerning the eternity of the Son and Holy Ghost, are neither true nor fair. With a postscript, being an inquiry, whether the orthodox doctrine of the most Holy Trinity may not be manifested by natural reason. By W. Higgs
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A letter to Mr. W. Whiston,
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Proving that his quotations from the Old Testament, in his letter to the Earl of Nottingham, concerning the eternity of the Son and Holy Ghost, are neither true nor fair. With a postscript, being an inquiry, whether the orthodox doctrine of the most Holy Trinity may not be manifested by natural reason. By W. Higgs
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Higgs, W
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Trinity
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A letter to Mr. W. Whiston, : Proving that his quotations from the Old Testament, in his letter to the Earl of Nottingham, concerning the eternity of the Son and Holy Ghost, are neither true nor fair. With a postscript, being an inquiry, whether the orthodox doctrine of the most Holy Trinity may not be manifested by natural reason. By W. Higgs, (electronic resource)
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ESTCN19911
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A letter to Mr. W. Whiston, : Proving that his quotations from the Old Testament, in his letter to the Earl of Nottingham, concerning the eternity of the Son and Holy Ghost, are neither true nor fair. With a postscript, being an inquiry, whether the orthodox doctrine of the most Holy Trinity may not be manifested by natural reason. By W. Higgs, (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
  • Price on title page: (Price Six-pence.)
  • Reproduction of original from William Andrews Clark Memorial Library (UCLA)
Control code
ESTCN19911
Dimensions
80.
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
40pages
Form of item
electronic
Reformatting quality
not applicable
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • (Uk-ES)006010870
  • (Uk-ES)006010870

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