The doctrine of transubstantiation, clearly and fully confuted :
from common sense. From the unerring attestation of the senses. From the indubitable maxims of philosophy. From the proofs of our Saviour's miracles, vouched by himself, and from the words of his own mouth, again, and again, repeated, as attested, by St. Paul, and three evangelists.
|Main Creator:||Delany, Patrick, 1685 or 6-1768.|
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Dublin : Printed by George Faulkner, 1765.
Anonymous. By Patrick Delany.
Physical description: , iv, 26 p. ; 8vo
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