The catholic doctrine of a Trinity : proved by above an hundred short and clear arguments, expressed in the terms of the Holy Scripture, compared in a manner entirely new and digested under the four following titles: 1. The divinity of Christ. 2. The divinity of the Holy Ghost. 3. The plurality of persons. 4. The Trinity in unity. With a few reflections, occasionally interspersed, upon some of the Arian writers, particularly Dr. S. Clarke: to which is added, A letter to the common people, in answer to some popular arguments against the Trinity. by William Jones.
|Main Author:||Jones, William, 1726-1800.|
London : Printed ...for T. Hamilton, ... R. Ogle, ... J. Ogle, ... and M. Ogle, 1810.
> Appeal to the common sense of all Christian people.
Clarke, Samuel, > 1675-1729. > Scripture doctrine of the Trinity.
A reply to "An appeal to the common sense of all Christian people", by William Hopkins.
xxix, 110 p. ;
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