The Scripture Doctrine of the Most Holy and Undivided Trinity, Vindicated from the Misinterpretations of Dr. Clarke; To Which Is Prefixed a Letter to the Reverend Doctor,

The Scripture Doctrine of the Most Holy and Undivided Trinity, Vindicated from the Misinterpretations of Dr. Clarke; To Which Is Prefixed a Letter to the Reverend Doctor,

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1714 edition. Excerpt: ... with thcgreatGod, was his proper Son, and the great God his proper Father, and that on this account He was equal with the Father 5 and that Jesus Christ using the Expression, my Father no or keth hitherto and Iwork 5 that properly belonged to the divine Person working with the Father, made himself the Son equal with the Father: For except all this be supposed to have been known to them, it is difficult to account, how so extraordinary a Conciusion could be drawn from a Premise, that that was o&erwise capable of a lower Interpretation: Now it is certain, that the Jews, if they understood the meaning of their own Scriptures, must have known, that there was a divine Person subsisting with the Father, and operating with Him from the Beginning of the World, which is called Wisdom, as is evident from Prov. i, x. 22, 27, 30. The Lord possessed me in the beginning rf his Ways, before bis Works of old. When He prepared the Heavens I was there then I was by Him as one brought up with him, Sic. The Lord by Wisdom hath sounded the Earth. Prov. iii. 19. and made the Heavens: Pf. cxxxvi. 5. and That this Divine Person was brought forth, or begotten 5 when there were no depths, 1 was brought forth. Before the Hills was I brought forth, ytvvoL jjue, Sept. Prov. viii. 24, 25. and by consequence that this Divine Person must be the Only begotten before the World, forasmuch as the Divine Scriptures mention no other begotten of the Father before the World, but this Divine Person 5 which has this Title given it, Wifd.v'x'x. ii.sor Wisdom, which is the Worker of all Things, taught me: for in her is an wderftandjng Spi? rity Holy, Only begotten (fjyvoyem.') They must also have known that God had a Son what is his (God's) Name, and what is his Son's Name.? Prov. xxx....show more

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  • English
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  • 9781236643650