Theological Theses: Containing the Chief Heads of the Christian Doctrine, Deduced from Axioms; Composed and Publickly Defended in Presence and Under the Direction of the Very Reverend and Most Judicious John Henry Ringier, V.D.M. and Professor of Controversial Divinity in the Academy at Bern. By Isaac Sigfrid, of Zoffingen in Bern, and Daniel Wyttenbach, of Bern, in Order to Obtain the Honour of the S. Ministry. 1747. (Translated from Latin.) To which is Added a Discourse by Gerrit Lydekker. A.B.
Samuel Brown at the foot of Potbaker's-Hill, between the New-Dutch Church and Fly-Market, 1766 - 173 pages
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