The doctrine of the Trinity and transubstantiation compared, as to Scripture, reason, and tradition,
in a new dialogue between a protestant and a papist. The second part. Wherein the doctrine of the Trinity is shewed to be agreeable to Scripture and reason, and transubstantiation repugnant to both.
|Main Creator:||Stillingfleet, Edward, 1635-1699.|
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London, Printed for William Rogers, 1687.
Signatures: [A]p4s, B-Fp4s.
Physical description: , 43,  p. 21 cm.
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|P 336(4)||Main Reading Room||Pamphlets|