Reason and religion :
or the certain rule of faith, where the infallibility of the Roman Catholick Church is asserted, against atheists, heathens, Iewes, Turks, and all sectaries. With a refutation of Mr. Stillingfleets many gross errours /
by E. W., author of the book called Protestancy without principles ...
|Main Creator:||E. W. (Edward Worsley), 1605-1676|
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[Antwerp] : Printed at Antwerp by Michael Cnobbaert, 1672.
Signature of former owner at head of title.
Reply to Edward Stillingfleet's A rational account of the grounds of Protestant religion.
Physical description: , 681,  p. ; 4mo.
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