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Debate on the evidences of Christianity, containing an examination of the "social system" and of all the systems of scepticism of ancient and modern times, held in the city of Cincinnati, Ohio, from the 13th to the 21st of April, 1829, between Robert Owen of New Lanark, Scotland, and Alexander Campbell of Bethany, Virginia, reported by Charles H. Sims [i.e. Simms] stenographer, with an appendix written by the parties.

Main Author: Owen, Robert, 1771-1858.
Related Names: Campbell, Alexander 1788-1866.
Language(s): English
Published: Bethany, Va., A. Campbell, 1829.
Subjects: Apologetics.
Free thought.
Physical Description: 2 v. in 1. 21 cm.
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