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Author: Robert J. (Robert Jefferson) Breckinridge
Title: The knowledge of God, objectively considered, being the first part of theology considered as a science of positive truth, both inductive and deductive
Publisher: New York, R. Carter & brothers
Subject (keywords, tags): Theology, Doctrinal; Presbyterian Church -- Doctrines
Contributor: New York Public Library
Format: txt
Size: 452 kb

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