Nathaniel Lardner Bibliography

Credibility of Gospel History 1727
A Dissenting minister, Lardner was a biblical and patristic scholar; he founded the modern school of critical research in early Christian literature. Credibility was his chief work. Lardner was alarmed by Woolston’s scepticism. He found himself involved in public controversy with Edward Waddington, Bishop of Chichester, when he refused to support the use of the law against Woolston.
Memoirs of the Life and Writings of the late Reverend Nathaniel Lardner 1769