The history of Arianism by M. Maimbourg; shewing its influence upon civil affairs: and the causes of the dissolution of the Roman empire. To which are added, Two introductory discourses, I. Concerning the nature of error in doctrines merely speculative ... II. Shewing that the doctrine of the trinity is not merely speculative. With an appendix containing an account of the English writers in the Socinian and Arian controversies. By William Webster ...
|Main Author:||Maimbourg, Louis, 1610-1686.|
|Related Names:||Lamy, Bernard 1640-1715., Webster, W. 1689-1758.|
London, Printed by W. Roberts, 1728-29.
Arianism > History.
"The history of Socinianism. Wherein are treated its rise and progress in the different parts of Christendom, from Monsieur L'Amy", 142,  p. at end of vol. 2.
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