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A friendly dialogue: between a common Unitarian Christian, and an Athanasian

William Hopkins

A friendly dialogue: between a common Unitarian Christian, and an Athanasian

occasioned by the former"s behaviour during some part of the public service. Or, an attempt to restore scripture forms of worship. To which is now added, a second dialogue, between Eugenius and Theophilus, ...

by William Hopkins

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Published by printed for J. Johnson in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

ContributionsDisney, John, 1746-1816.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination57,[1]p.
Number of Pages57
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18997001M

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A friendly dialogue: between a common Unitarian Christian, and an Athanasian by William Hopkins Download PDF EPUB FB2

A friendly dialogue: between a common Unitarian Christian, and an Athanasian: occasioned by the formers's behaviour during some part of the public service. Or. A friendly dialogue: between a common Unitarian Christian, and an Athanasian: occasioned by the former's behaviour during some part of the public service.

Or, an attempt to restore scripture forms of worship. To which is now added, a second dialogue, between Eugenius and Theophilus. Partial Table of Contents (see back cover for full):By John Disney (): A Friendly Dialogue: Between a Common Unitarian Christian, and an Athanasian; Occasioned by the former's behavior More > during some part of the public service.

Or, An Attempt to Restore Scriptural Forms of Worship. This book is a reprint of a volume (): A Friendly Dialogue: Between a Common Unitarian Christian, and an Athanasian; Occasioned by the former's behavior More > during some part of the public service. Or, An Attempt to Restore Scriptural Forms of Worship.

To which is added A Second Dialogue Between Eugenius and Theophilus. This was followed about by another anonymous treatise, entitled ‘An Attempt to restore Scripture forms of Worship; or a friendly Dialogue between a common Unitarian Christian and an Athanasian’ (other editions in and ).

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