Remarks upon a very extraordinary book, intitled, An apology and vindication, &c
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Remarks upon a very extraordinary book, intitled, An apology and vindication, &c emitted by still more extraordinary authors, who design themselves, "a poor illiterate, ignorant, and despicable," (not despised) "handful of the Associate Congregations of Kilmaurs, Beith" &c. : but notwithstanding of this their profession of ignorance, and want of learning, have commenced expositors (rather wresters) of Scripture and divine things : belying our church standards : arraigning and condemning church courts, for not passing decisions agreeable to their mind : all of which agree very well with the above description, the authors give of themselves. by Thomson, John

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Published by Printed by Alex. Adam, and sold by R. Farie... and G. Caldwell ..., Paisley in Glasgow .
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Paginationv, [1], 7-83, [1] p.
Number of Pages83
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Open LibraryOL20965272M

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