APA Citation

Smith, J. E. (1833). The Antichrist, or, Christianity reformed: In which is demonstrated from the Scriptures in opposition to the prevailing opinion of the whole religious world that evil and good are from one source, devil and God one spirit, and that the one is merely manifested to make perfect the other. London: Printed and published by B.D. Cousins.

Chicago Style Citation

Smith, James Elishama. The Antichrist, Or, Christianity Reformed: In Which Is Demonstrated From the Scriptures in Opposition to the Prevailing Opinion of the Whole Religious World That Evil and Good Are From One Source, Devil and God One Spirit, and That the One Is Merely Manifested to Make Perfect the Other. London: Printed and published by B.D. Cousins, 1833.

MLA Citation

Smith, James Elishama. The Antichrist, Or, Christianity Reformed: In Which Is Demonstrated From the Scriptures in Opposition to the Prevailing Opinion of the Whole Religious World That Evil and Good Are From One Source, Devil and God One Spirit, and That the One Is Merely Manifested to Make Perfect the Other. London: Printed and published by B.D. Cousins, 1833.

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