Author: Jacob Bryant
Title: The sentiments of Philo Judeus concerning the Logos, or, Word of God : together with large extracts from his writings compared with the scriptures on many other particular and essential doctrines of the Christian religion ..
Publisher: Cambridge, [Eng] : Printed by John Burges and sold by J. Deighton
Contributor: Princeton Theological Seminary Library
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