The Resource The Christian faith concerning the Holy Trinity: : together with the just consequences of this sublime mystery, as delivered in Holy Scripture, preserved and maintained in the terms and sentiments of fathers and councils, adhered to by the Catholick Church, some especially (the purest part of it) the Church of England. Humbly considered, in two parts: the first containing a brief discussion of vnitarianism ... the second, remarks on the XXVIII. propositions published, as an explication of the doctrine of the Holy Trinity, according to the ancient Fathers, &c., By R.C., a presbyter of the Church of England

The Christian faith concerning the Holy Trinity: : together with the just consequences of this sublime mystery, as delivered in Holy Scripture, preserved and maintained in the terms and sentiments of fathers and councils, adhered to by the Catholick Church, some especially (the purest part of it) the Church of England. Humbly considered, in two parts: the first containing a brief discussion of vnitarianism ... the second, remarks on the XXVIII. propositions published, as an explication of the doctrine of the Holy Trinity, according to the ancient Fathers, &c., By R.C., a presbyter of the Church of England

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The Christian faith concerning the Holy Trinity: : together with the just consequences of this sublime mystery, as delivered in Holy Scripture, preserved and maintained in the terms and sentiments of fathers and councils, adhered to by the Catholick Church, some especially (the purest part of it) the Church of England. Humbly considered, in two parts: the first containing a brief discussion of vnitarianism ... the second, remarks on the XXVIII. propositions published, as an explication of the doctrine of the Holy Trinity, according to the ancient Fathers, &c.
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The Christian faith concerning the Holy Trinity:
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together with the just consequences of this sublime mystery, as delivered in Holy Scripture, preserved and maintained in the terms and sentiments of fathers and councils, adhered to by the Catholick Church, some especially (the purest part of it) the Church of England. Humbly considered, in two parts: the first containing a brief discussion of vnitarianism ... the second, remarks on the XXVIII. propositions published, as an explication of the doctrine of the Holy Trinity, according to the ancient Fathers, &c.
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By R.C., a presbyter of the Church of England
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Crayford, Robert
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dictionaries
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  • 1801-1886
  • 1813-1901
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  • Barnes, William
  • Scadding, Henry
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  • Fowler, Edward
  • Trinity
  • Socinianism
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The Christian faith concerning the Holy Trinity: : together with the just consequences of this sublime mystery, as delivered in Holy Scripture, preserved and maintained in the terms and sentiments of fathers and councils, adhered to by the Catholick Church, some especially (the purest part of it) the Church of England. Humbly considered, in two parts: the first containing a brief discussion of vnitarianism ... the second, remarks on the XXVIII. propositions published, as an explication of the doctrine of the Holy Trinity, according to the ancient Fathers, &c., By R.C., a presbyter of the Church of England
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  • Dedicatory epistle signed: Robert Crayford
  • Wing C6865A
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1 online resource ([8], 196, [4] pages (prelim. pages [8] advertisement))
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online
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RBSC copy: Pages 1-2 wanting. With the book label of William Barnes. Ex libris Henry Scadding.
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The Christian faith concerning the Holy Trinity: : together with the just consequences of this sublime mystery, as delivered in Holy Scripture, preserved and maintained in the terms and sentiments of fathers and councils, adhered to by the Catholick Church, some especially (the purest part of it) the Church of England. Humbly considered, in two parts: the first containing a brief discussion of vnitarianism ... the second, remarks on the XXVIII. propositions published, as an explication of the doctrine of the Holy Trinity, according to the ancient Fathers, &c., By R.C., a presbyter of the Church of England
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  • Dedicatory epistle signed: Robert Crayford
  • Wing C6865A
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1 online resource ([8], 196, [4] pages (prelim. pages [8] advertisement))
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online
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RBSC copy: Pages 1-2 wanting. With the book label of William Barnes. Ex libris Henry Scadding.
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remote

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