APA Citation

Comber, T. (1747). An examination of a late introductory discourse to a larger work designed hereafter to be published concerning the miraculous powers which are supposed to have subsisted in the Christian church: From the earliest Ages through several successive Centuries; tending to shew, that we have no sufficient Reason to believe, upon the Authority of the Primitive Fathers, that any such Powers were continued to the Church after the Days of the Apostles; containing A Confutation of the Principles of the said Introductory Discourse. London: printed for T. Longman and T. Shewell in Pater-Noster-Row; and J. Hildyard, Bookseller, in York.

Chicago Style Citation

Comber, Thomas. An Examination of a Late Introductory Discourse to a Larger Work Designed Hereafter to Be Published Concerning the Miraculous Powers Which Are Supposed to Have Subsisted in the Christian Church: From the Earliest Ages Through Several Successive Centuries; Tending to Shew, That We Have No Sufficient Reason to Believe, Upon the Authority of the Primitive Fathers, That Any Such Powers Were Continued to the Church After the Days of the Apostles; Containing A Confutation of the Principles of the Said Introductory Discourse. London: printed for T. Longman and T. Shewell in Pater-Noster-Row; and J. Hildyard, Bookseller, in York, 1747.

MLA Citation

Comber, Thomas. An Examination of a Late Introductory Discourse to a Larger Work Designed Hereafter to Be Published Concerning the Miraculous Powers Which Are Supposed to Have Subsisted in the Christian Church: From the Earliest Ages Through Several Successive Centuries; Tending to Shew, That We Have No Sufficient Reason to Believe, Upon the Authority of the Primitive Fathers, That Any Such Powers Were Continued to the Church After the Days of the Apostles; Containing A Confutation of the Principles of the Said Introductory Discourse. London: printed for T. Longman and T. Shewell in Pater-Noster-Row; and J. Hildyard, Bookseller, in York, 1747.

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