A Defence of the Doctrine of the Resurrection of the Same Body. In Two Parts. In the First of Which the Character, Writings and Religious Principles of Mr. Lock Are Distinctly Considered: And, in the Second, the Doctrine of the Resurrection of the Same Body is at Large Explained and Defended, Against the Notions and Principles of That Gentleman, &C [Book Review]

Printed for Charles Rivington, at the Bible and Crown in St. Paul's Church-Yard (1727)

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