APA Citation

Baxter, B., & Baxter, R. (1662). A posing question, put by the wise man, viz. Solomon, to the wisest men: Concerning making a judgment of the temporal conditions : wherein you have the ignorance of man (in knowing, what is good, or evil, for man in this life) discovered, together, with the mistakes that flow from it : and the great question resolved, viz. whether the knowledg of, what is good for a man in this life, be so hid from man, that no man can attain it. London: Printed for George Sawbridge ....

Chicago Style Citation

Baxter, Benjamin, and Richard Baxter. A Posing Question, Put By the Wise Man, Viz. Solomon, to the Wisest Men: Concerning Making a Judgment of the Temporal Conditions : Wherein You Have the Ignorance of Man (in Knowing, What Is Good, or Evil, for Man in This Life) Discovered, Together, With the Mistakes That Flow From It : And the Great Question Resolved, Viz. Whether the Knowledg Of, What Is Good for a Man in This Life, Be so Hid From Man, That No Man Can Attain It. London: Printed for George Sawbridge ..., 1662.

MLA Citation

Baxter, Benjamin, and Richard Baxter. A Posing Question, Put By the Wise Man, Viz. Solomon, to the Wisest Men: Concerning Making a Judgment of the Temporal Conditions : Wherein You Have the Ignorance of Man (in Knowing, What Is Good, or Evil, for Man in This Life) Discovered, Together, With the Mistakes That Flow From It : And the Great Question Resolved, Viz. Whether the Knowledg Of, What Is Good for a Man in This Life, Be so Hid From Man, That No Man Can Attain It. London: Printed for George Sawbridge ..., 1662.

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