APA Citation

Shepard, T. (1650). Theses Sabbaticæ, or, The doctrine of the Sabbath: Wherein the Sabbaths I. Morality, II. Change, III. Beginning. IV. Sanctification, are clearly discussed, which were first handled more largely in sundry sermons in Cambridge in New-England in opening of the Fourth COmmandment : in unfolding whereof many scriptures are cleared, divers cases of conscience resolved, and the morall law as a rule of life to a believer, occasionally and distinctly handled. London: Printed by T.R. and E.M. for John Rothwell ....

Chicago Style Citation

Shepard, Thomas. Theses Sabbaticæ, Or, The Doctrine of the Sabbath: Wherein the Sabbaths I. Morality, II. Change, III. Beginning. IV. Sanctification, Are Clearly Discussed, Which Were First Handled More Largely in Sundry Sermons in Cambridge in New-England in Opening of the Fourth COmmandment : In Unfolding Whereof Many Scriptures Are Cleared, Divers Cases of Conscience Resolved, and the Morall Law As a Rule of Life to a Believer, Occasionally and Distinctly Handled. London: Printed by T.R. and E.M. for John Rothwell ..., 1650.

MLA Citation

Shepard, Thomas. Theses Sabbaticæ, Or, The Doctrine of the Sabbath: Wherein the Sabbaths I. Morality, II. Change, III. Beginning. IV. Sanctification, Are Clearly Discussed, Which Were First Handled More Largely in Sundry Sermons in Cambridge in New-England in Opening of the Fourth COmmandment : In Unfolding Whereof Many Scriptures Are Cleared, Divers Cases of Conscience Resolved, and the Morall Law As a Rule of Life to a Believer, Occasionally and Distinctly Handled. London: Printed by T.R. and E.M. for John Rothwell ..., 1650.

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