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Toland, John. Nazarenus: or, Jewish, Gentile, and Mahometan Christianity. Containing the history of the antient Gospel of Barnabas, and the modern Gospel of the Mahometans, attributed to the same Apostle: this last Gospel being now first made known among Christians. Also, the original plan of Christianity occasionally explain'd in the history of the Nazarens, wherby diverse Controversies about this divine (but highly perverted) Institution may be happily terminated. With the relation of an Irish manuscript of the four Gospels, as likewise a Summary of the antient Irish Christianity, and the reality of the Keldees (an order of Lay-Religious) against the two last Bishops of Worcester. By Mr. Toland. The Second Edition Revised.The Women's Print History Project, 2019, title ID 25339, https://womensprinthistoryproject.com/title/25339. Accessed 2024-06-13.

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Suggestions and Comments for Nazarenus: or, Jewish, Gentile, and Mahometan Christianity. Containing the history of the antient Gospel of Barnabas, and the modern Gospel of the Mahometans, attributed to the same Apostle: this last Gospel being now first made known among Christians. Also, the original plan of Christianity occasionally explain'd in the history of the Nazarens, wherby diverse Controversies about this divine (but highly perverted) Institution may be happily terminated. With the relation of an Irish manuscript of the four Gospels, as likewise a Summary of the antient Irish Christianity, and the reality of the Keldees (an order of Lay-Religious) against the two last Bishops of Worcester. By Mr. Toland. The Second Edition Revised.
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