Apocrypha, canon and criticism from Samuel Fisher to John Toland, 1650-1718. / Champion, Justin; Coudert, Allison P. (Editor); Hutton, Sarah (Editor); Popkin, Richard H. (Editor); Weiner, Gordon M. (Editor).

Judaeo-Christian intellectual culture in the seventeenth century: a celebration of the library of Narcissus Marsh, (1638-1713). Vol. 148 Dordrecht, 1999. p. 91-117.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Published

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Apocrypha, canon and criticism from Samuel Fisher to John Toland, 1650-1718. / Champion, Justin; Coudert, Allison P. (Editor); Hutton, Sarah (Editor); Popkin, Richard H. (Editor); Weiner, Gordon M. (Editor).

Judaeo-Christian intellectual culture in the seventeenth century: a celebration of the library of Narcissus Marsh, (1638-1713). Vol. 148 Dordrecht, 1999. p. 91-117.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Harvard

Champion, J, Coudert, AP (ed.), Hutton, S (ed.), Popkin, RH (ed.) & Weiner, GM (ed.) 1999, Apocrypha, canon and criticism from Samuel Fisher to John Toland, 1650-1718. in Judaeo-Christian intellectual culture in the seventeenth century: a celebration of the library of Narcissus Marsh, (1638-1713). vol. 148, Dordrecht, pp. 91-117. <http://www.amazon.co.uk/Judaeo-Christian-Intellectual-Culture-Seventeenth-Century/dp/0792357892>

APA

Champion, J., Coudert, A. P. (Ed.), Hutton, S. (Ed.), Popkin, R. H. (Ed.), & Weiner, G. M. (Ed.) (1999). Apocrypha, canon and criticism from Samuel Fisher to John Toland, 1650-1718. In Judaeo-Christian intellectual culture in the seventeenth century: a celebration of the library of Narcissus Marsh, (1638-1713) (Vol. 148, pp. 91-117). http://www.amazon.co.uk/Judaeo-Christian-Intellectual-Culture-Seventeenth-Century/dp/0792357892

Vancouver

Champion J, Coudert AP, (ed.), Hutton S, (ed.), Popkin RH, (ed.), Weiner GM, (ed.). Apocrypha, canon and criticism from Samuel Fisher to John Toland, 1650-1718. In Judaeo-Christian intellectual culture in the seventeenth century: a celebration of the library of Narcissus Marsh, (1638-1713). Vol. 148. Dordrecht. 1999. p. 91-117

Author

Champion, Justin ; Coudert, Allison P. (Editor) ; Hutton, Sarah (Editor) ; Popkin, Richard H. (Editor) ; Weiner, Gordon M. (Editor). / Apocrypha, canon and criticism from Samuel Fisher to John Toland, 1650-1718. Judaeo-Christian intellectual culture in the seventeenth century: a celebration of the library of Narcissus Marsh, (1638-1713). Vol. 148 Dordrecht, 1999. pp. 91-117

BibTeX

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