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A commentary upon the Epistle of St. Paul written to Titus. By that famous and most elaborate divine, Doctor Thomas Taylor, sometimes of Aldermanbury, London. Together with an exact and full relation of the life and death of that incomparable divine, whose own words to bee prefixed on this book were, Archēn hapantōn kai telon poiei theon. Make God the beginning, and the end of all things. With three short tables in the end, for the easier finding of I doctrines, 2 observations, 3 questions, contained in the same

Taylor, Thomas

A commentary upon the Epistle of St. Paul written to Titus. By that famous and most elaborate divine, Doctor Thomas Taylor, sometimes of Aldermanbury, London. Together with an exact and full relation of the life and death of that incomparable divine, whose own words to bee prefixed on this book were, Archēn hapantōn kai telon poiei theon. Make God the beginning, and the end of all things. With three short tables in the end, for the easier finding of I doctrines, 2 observations, 3 questions, contained in the same

by Taylor, Thomas

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Published by printed for A.K. and R.I. and are to bee sold by William Gilbertson, in Giltspur-street without Newgate, at the sign of the Bible in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bible. -- N.T. -- Titus -- Commentaries -- Early works to 1800

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesCommentarie upon the Epistle of S. Paul written to Titus, Commentary upon the Epistle of St. Paul to Titus
    SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 2137:1
    ContributionsCross, Thomas, fl. 1632-1682, engraver
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination[20], 543, [9] p.
    Number of Pages543
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15425824M


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A commentary upon the Epistle of St. Paul written to Titus. By that famous and most elaborate divine, Doctor Thomas Taylor, sometimes of Aldermanbury, London. Together with an exact and full relation of the life and death of that incomparable divine, whose own words to bee prefixed on this book were, Archēn hapantōn kai telon poiei theon. Make God the beginning, and the end of all things. With three short tables in the end, for the easier finding of I doctrines, 2 observations, 3 questions, contained in the same by Taylor, Thomas Download PDF EPUB FB2