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Author: William Cureton
Title: Vindiciae Ignatianae; or, The genuine writings of St. Ignatius, as exhibited in the antient Syriac version, vindicated from the charge of heresy
Publisher: London : Rivingtons
Subject (keywords, tags): Ignatius, Saint, Bishop of Antioch, d. ca. 110
Contributor: Princeton Theological Seminary Library
Format: txt
Size: 113 kb

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