The Ophion Or the Theology of the Serpen

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Kessinger Publishing, May 1, 2006 - 140 pages
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Comprehending The Customs Of The Most Ancient People, Who Were Instructed To Apply The Sagacity Of The Serpent, To The Fall Of Man. With Critical Remarks On Dr. Adam Clarke's Annotations On That Subject In The Book Of Genesis. In This Work It Is Shown, From The Original Language, That, In Every Age Of The Jewish And Christian Churches, A Monkey Was Never Understood To Be The Agent Employed To Bring About The Fall Of Man.

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JOHN BELLAMY is Distinguished Research Professor of History at Carleton University. He is a leading authority on criminal history, and the author of The Law of Treason in the Later Middle Ages, Crime and Public Order in England in the Later Middle Ages, The Criminal Trial in Later Medieval England, and Criminal Law and Society in Late Medival and Tudor England.

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