APA Citation

Browne, P. (1716). Faith distinguished from opinion and science: In some remarks upon a book lately publish'd, by the Lord Bishop of Rapho, entituled A plain and easy method, whereby a man of a moderate capacity may arrive at full satisfaction in all things that concern his everlasting salvation. [Dublin?]: Printed [by Edward Waters] for the booksellers.

Chicago Style Citation

Browne, Peter. Faith Distinguished From Opinion and Science: In Some Remarks Upon a Book Lately Publish'd, By the Lord Bishop of Rapho, Entituled A Plain and Easy Method, Whereby a Man of a Moderate Capacity May Arrive At Full Satisfaction in All Things That Concern His Everlasting Salvation. [Dublin?]: Printed [by Edward Waters] for the booksellers, 1716.

MLA Citation

Browne, Peter. Faith Distinguished From Opinion and Science: In Some Remarks Upon a Book Lately Publish'd, By the Lord Bishop of Rapho, Entituled A Plain and Easy Method, Whereby a Man of a Moderate Capacity May Arrive At Full Satisfaction in All Things That Concern His Everlasting Salvation. [Dublin?]: Printed [by Edward Waters] for the booksellers, 1716.

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