Researches antediluvian, patriarchal and historical, concerning the way in which men first acquired their knowledge of God and religion, and as to what were the doctrines of the churches of Adam and Noah, with an account of the long night of idolatry, which followed and darkened the earth, and also of the means designed by God for the recovery and extension of his truths, and of their final accomplishment by Jesus Christ
|Clarkson, Thomas, 1760–1846
|London: Longman, Rees, Orme, Brown
|Princeton Theological Seminary
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