APA Citation

Jackson, T. (1613). The eternall truth of scriptures, and Christian beleefe, thereon vvholly depending, manifested by it owne light: Deliuered in two bookes of commentaries vpon the Apostles creede: the former, containing the positiue grounds of Christian religion in generall, cleared from all expectations of atheists or infidels. The later, manifesting the grounds of reformed religion to be so firme and sure, that the Romanist cannot oppugne them, but with the vtter ouerthrow of the Romish Church, religion, and faith. By Thomas Iackson, Bachellar of Diuinitie, and fellow of Corpus-Christi Colledge in Oxford. London: Printed by W. Stansby and are to bee sold by Iohn Budge, at the great south doore of Pauls, and at Britaines-Bursse.

Chicago Style Citation

Jackson, Thomas. The Eternall Truth of Scriptures, and Christian Beleefe, Thereon Vvholly Depending, Manifested By It Owne Light: Deliuered in Two Bookes of Commentaries Vpon the Apostles Creede: The Former, Containing the Positiue Grounds of Christian Religion in Generall, Cleared From All Expectations of Atheists or Infidels. The Later, Manifesting the Grounds of Reformed Religion to Be so Firme and Sure, That the Romanist Cannot Oppugne Them, but With the Vtter Ouerthrow of the Romish Church, Religion, and Faith. By Thomas Iackson, Bachellar of Diuinitie, and Fellow of Corpus-Christi Colledge in Oxford. London: Printed by W. Stansby and are to bee sold by Iohn Budge, at the great south doore of Pauls, and at Britaines-Bursse, 1613.

MLA Citation

Jackson, Thomas. The Eternall Truth of Scriptures, and Christian Beleefe, Thereon Vvholly Depending, Manifested By It Owne Light: Deliuered in Two Bookes of Commentaries Vpon the Apostles Creede: The Former, Containing the Positiue Grounds of Christian Religion in Generall, Cleared From All Expectations of Atheists or Infidels. The Later, Manifesting the Grounds of Reformed Religion to Be so Firme and Sure, That the Romanist Cannot Oppugne Them, but With the Vtter Ouerthrow of the Romish Church, Religion, and Faith. By Thomas Iackson, Bachellar of Diuinitie, and Fellow of Corpus-Christi Colledge in Oxford. London: Printed by W. Stansby and are to bee sold by Iohn Budge, at the great south doore of Pauls, and at Britaines-Bursse, 1613.

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