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Dove, John, -1772 Library of Congress/NACO ISNI

Dove, John, d. 1772 National Library of Israel National Library of the Netherlands

Dove, John German National Library

VIAF ID: 10186852 (Personal)


ISNI: 0000  0000  2611  2212 

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An advertisement to the English seminaries and Jesuites. - German National Library
A confutation of atheisme. - German National Library
The conversion of Salomon. - German National Library
A creed founded on truth and common sense, 1750: Library of Congress/NACO National Library of Israel German National Library
A defence of church government. - German National Library
A Dissertation upon the suppose existence of the Moral Law of Nature and up*. - German National Library
An essay on inspiration. - German National Library
The Importance of Rabbinical learning. - German National Library
Rational religion, distinguish'd from that which is enthusiastic : With some stricutures on a pamphlet, intitled The Scripture account of justifying faith, considered in a letter to the Rev. Mr. Samuel Pike: interspersed with reflections on some modern sentiments in religion. National Library of the Netherlands
Remarks upon a Pamphlet written by the Rev. Caleb Heming in a letter of admon*. - German National Library
A vindication of the Hebrew scriptures : With animadversions on the mark set on Cain, the giantship, wizardry, and witchcraft, mentioned in the Pentateuch and the prophets. Also Strictures on Samson's accoutrement of his hostile foxes, the woman of Tekoa, Job, &c. and on various other passages of scripture, as they relate to divinity, philosophy, law, gospel, gentilism, or Christianity. With a preface to justify the ways of God to men, addressed to ecclesiastics, and philosophers. By John Dove. National Library of the Netherlands

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