APA Citation

Ussher, J. (1670). A body of divinity, or The sum and substance of Christian religion: Catechistically propounded, and explained, by way of question and answer, methodically and familiarly handled. Composed long since by James Usher B. of Armagh: and at the earnest desires of divers godly Christians now printed and published. The sixth edition, corrected, and much enlarged by the author. Whereunto is adjoyned a tract, intituled Immanuel. Or The mystery of the incarnation of the Son of God; heretofore written and published by the same author. London: printed for Nath. Ranew, and J. Robinson, at the Kings Arms in St. Pauls Church-yard.

Chicago Style Citation

Ussher, James. A Body of Divinity, or The Sum and Substance of Christian Religion: Catechistically Propounded, and Explained, By Way of Question and Answer, Methodically and Familiarly Handled. Composed Long Since By James Usher B. of Armagh: And At the Earnest Desires of Divers Godly Christians Now Printed and Published. The Sixth Edition, Corrected, and Much Enlarged By the Author. Whereunto Is Adjoyned a Tract, Intituled Immanuel. Or The Mystery of the Incarnation of the Son of God; Heretofore Written and Published By the Same Author. London: printed for Nath. Ranew, and J. Robinson, at the Kings Arms in St. Pauls Church-yard, 1670.

MLA Citation

Ussher, James. A Body of Divinity, or The Sum and Substance of Christian Religion: Catechistically Propounded, and Explained, By Way of Question and Answer, Methodically and Familiarly Handled. Composed Long Since By James Usher B. of Armagh: And At the Earnest Desires of Divers Godly Christians Now Printed and Published. The Sixth Edition, Corrected, and Much Enlarged By the Author. Whereunto Is Adjoyned a Tract, Intituled Immanuel. Or The Mystery of the Incarnation of the Son of God; Heretofore Written and Published By the Same Author. London: printed for Nath. Ranew, and J. Robinson, at the Kings Arms in St. Pauls Church-yard, 1670.

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