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An Essay in Comparative Theology
JAMES FREEMAN CLARKE
Prophets who have been since the world began. — LUKE i. 70.
Gentiles . . . who show the work (or influence) of the (that) law which
God . . . hath made of one blood all nations of men for to dwell on all
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DURING MANY YEARS,
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