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Author: Archibald Alexander Hodge
Title: The system of theology contained in the Westminster shorter catechism opened and explained
Publisher: New York : A. C. Armstrong & Son
Publ. year: 1888
Subject (keywords, tags): Westminster Assembly (1643-1652); Theology, Doctrinal; Presbyterian Church -- Doctrines; Catechisms,

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Part 1. Belief concerning God / by A. A. Hodge -- Part 2. Duty required of man / by J. Aspinwall Hodge
From the library of B. B. Warfield


Contributor: Princeton Theological Seminary Library
Format: txt
Size: 113 kb

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