The apostolical authority of the Epistle to the Hebrews:
an inquiry, in which the received title of the Greek epistle is vindicated, against the cavils of objectors, ancient and modern, from Origen to Sir J.D. Michaëlis, chiefly upon grounds of internal evidence hitherto unnoticed: comprising a comparative analysis of the style and structure of this epistle, and of the undisputed epistles of St. Paul, tending to throw light upon their interpretation.
By the Rev. Charles Forster ...
|Main Author:||Forster, Charles, d. 1871.|
London : Richard Bentley, 1853.
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