The Principles of Christianity, as taught in Scripture, being seven discourses on our lost state in Adam, our recovery by Jesus Christ, and the necessity of regeneration and sanctification by the Holy Ghost. To which is prefixed, a Letter to a Clergyman
C. Dilly, 1790 - 243 pages
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