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On free moral agency.
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TitleOn free moral agency.
CreatorSmith, Gerrit; 1797-1874
Original Publisher[Peterboro?, N.Y. : [s.n.]]
Publication Date[1867?]
Original FormatPages: 1 folded sheet (4 p.) ; Height: 32 cm.
Local NotesTitle continues: The following are some of the remarks made at the debate in Siloam, February 1867, on the negative of the question: ""Resolved, That man is a free moral agent.""
Original Call NumberSmith 539
Microfilm InformationAlso available on Microfilm #3998, Reel 74. ; Microfilm. Glen Rock, N.J. : Microfilming Corp. of America, 1974. 35 mm.
SubjectsMoral conditions.
Christian ethics.
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Date Digital2003
CollectionGerrit Smith Papers
PublisherSpecial Collections Research Center, Syracuse University Library
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