APA Citation

Cardale, P. (1771). The true doctrine of the New Testament concerning Jesus Christ, considered: Wherein the misrepresentations that have been made of it, upon the Arian hypothesis, and upon all Trinitarian and Athanasian principles, are exposed; and the honour of Our Saviour's divine character and mission is maintained. Drawn up originally at the request of a friend. To which are added, an appendix, containing some strictures upon the first chapter of St. John's Gospel. And a prepatory discourse upon the right of private judgment in matters of religion; proving, that there cannot be a visible infallible judge of controversy in the church of Christ (The second edition, corrected and enlarged.). London: Printed for J. Johnson, No. 72, St. Paul's Church-yard.

Chicago Style Citation

Cardale, Paul. The True Doctrine of the New Testament Concerning Jesus Christ, Considered: Wherein the Misrepresentations That Have Been Made of It, Upon the Arian Hypothesis, and Upon All Trinitarian and Athanasian Principles, Are Exposed; and the Honour of Our Saviour's Divine Character and Mission Is Maintained. Drawn Up Originally At the Request of a Friend. To Which Are Added, an Appendix, Containing Some Strictures Upon the First Chapter of St. John's Gospel. And a Prepatory Discourse Upon the Right of Private Judgment in Matters of Religion; Proving, That There Cannot Be a Visible Infallible Judge of Controversy in the Church of Christ. The second edition, corrected and enlarged. London: Printed for J. Johnson, No. 72, St. Paul's Church-yard, 1771.

MLA Citation

Cardale, Paul. The True Doctrine of the New Testament Concerning Jesus Christ, Considered: Wherein the Misrepresentations That Have Been Made of It, Upon the Arian Hypothesis, and Upon All Trinitarian and Athanasian Principles, Are Exposed; and the Honour of Our Saviour's Divine Character and Mission Is Maintained. Drawn Up Originally At the Request of a Friend. To Which Are Added, an Appendix, Containing Some Strictures Upon the First Chapter of St. John's Gospel. And a Prepatory Discourse Upon the Right of Private Judgment in Matters of Religion; Proving, That There Cannot Be a Visible Infallible Judge of Controversy in the Church of Christ. The second edition, corrected and enlarged. London: Printed for J. Johnson, No. 72, St. Paul's Church-yard, 1771.

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