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A second caution against Trinitarianism

Edward Sharman

A second caution against Trinitarianism

or, an inquiry whether that system has not some tendency to lead people unto deism and atheism. In a letter addressed to the Rev. Mr. Fuller, ... By a Northamptonshire farmer.

by Edward Sharman

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Published by printed for the author by W. Harrod; and sold by Johnson, London in Market-Harborough .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesEighteenth century -- reel 2675, no. 9.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination82p.
Number of Pages82
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL16915820M

Line upon Line Gary James Bergera, editor. Chapter 3 The Earliest Mormon Concept of God Dan Vogel [p]The founding document of Joseph Smith’s Church of Christ—its “Articles and Covenants”—declared in June that the “Father, Son, and Holy Ghost is one God, infinite and eternal, without end.” 1 Because of ambiguity in this early “Mormon Creed” many outsiders concluded.


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In a letter addressed to the Rev. Fuller, Kettering. By a Northamptonshire farmer. One exercise I have found interesting is looking at the criticisms Joseph Smith’s contemporaries made against the Book of Mormon. The granddaddy of Book of Mormon skeptics is without a doubt Alexander Campbell (–), the learned Christian divine who spearheaded, along with his father Thomas, the Restorationist movement of Christianity.

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Two-book pack containing award-winning author Michael Horton's For Calvinism and Roger Olson's Against Calvinism. For Calvinism Taking us beyond the caricatures, Michael Horton invites us to explore the teachings of Calvinism, also commonly known as Reformed theology, by showing us how it is biblical and God-centered, leading us to live our.

A caution against Socinianism given in a discourse preached at the cathedral and metropolitical church of Christ, Canterbury The epistle and preface to the book against the blaphemous Socinian heresie vindicated, A caution against trinitarianism: () Stegmann, Joachim.

Neander (II., ), speaking of the second period in his arrangement (), when there was more Eestorationism than in the first, says: "The doctrine of eternal punishment continued, as in the preceding period, to be dominant in the creed of the by: 4.

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The earliest-found usage of the term Christian deism in print in English is in in a book by Thomas Morgan, appearing about ten. A Defense of “Biblical” Against Interpretative Nihilism. Matthew Lee Anderson on Novem The recent controversy surrounding Rachel Held Evans’ book has fortuitously coincided with some close rereading of Richard Hays’ Moral Vision of the New Testament, a work that is simultaneously awe-inspiring for its scope and frustrating.

This argument is faulty at its core. While it is true that Trinitarianism is defined by its use of non-biblical words, using this as an argument against the doctrine of the Trinity in and of itself is logically invalid because it assumes that only Biblical words can be used in our formation of Biblical doctrines.

Biography abhors a vacuum, but Mr. Sewall's caution against taking the facts further than they can go did much to correct the various myths that had. Interrupting The Scriptures: A Reply To A Unitarian’s Attacks Against The Doctrine Of The Trinity. For one who had encountered Unitarians in the past, I’ve come to notice that most of them aren’t really familiar with the doctrine of the Trinity.

They will set up their own version of the Trinity (which if examined on closer scrutiny, is. As we shall see in the next section, in the process of our church becoming trinitarian, also to remove from its pages all of its non-trinitarianism, this book underwent such a massive ‘editing’ that it is almost impossible in some places to compare it with the original.

Certainly it cannot be said that the edition of ‘Daniel and the. Jewish and Christian Intertextuality and Welcoming Islam. Peter Ochs University of Virginia. This year’s SSR gathering features several events at once: two great text-philosophers treating us to innovative reasonings about messianic/mystical scripture in Judaism and Christianity; our group’s achieving a new level of Jewish/Christian intertextuality and cross-hermeneutics (as in “cross.

The term anti-trinitarian (or anti-trinitarianism) is used to denote the actual speaking out against this teaching. Very interesting is a letter concerning the trinity doctrine that was received from a reader of the Review and Herald as early as Christian theology is the theology of Christian belief and practice.

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What Did Jesus teach. “Ekam evaditiyam” which means “He is Only one without a second”. However, at the same time they believe that that One Supreme God incarnates into different forms and manifestations. And for their unbelief, and their uttering against Mary a mighty calumny, and for their.

This is the second part of my response to Book of Mormon Central’s Mosiah 15 the first part, I addressed what I thought was some loose use of the term “Trinity.”In this one, I’ll take a look at how the piece uses the First Presidency Statement on the Father and the Son.

The Evolution of the Doctrine of the Trinity: The fourth century church councils are said to have rooted out such heresies and safeguarded Christian doctrine from the encroachment of pagan philosophy. But a more careful investigation of the historical record reveals a very different story.

Full text of "Primitive Trinitarianism: Examined and Defended" See other formats. Peter Abailard, “Exposition of the Epistle to the Romans (Excerpt from the Second Book),” in A Scholastic Miscellany: Anselm to Ockham, ed.

and trans. Eugene R. Fairweather (Philadelphia: Westminster, ), – Second, there is no linked Table of Contents, nor structure to the book making it painful to use as a reference tool or classroom resource.

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He writes regularly on the ascetic life at Everyday Asceticism. Contents Introduction Maybe Not Quite Not at All Arbitrary Caution Postscript Introduction: I feel like the guy right before Pickett’s charge who thought he could make peace by walking between the armies in a gray coat and blue trousers.

So wish me luck everybody. As many of you know, a controversy with Continue Reading "Triune Botherations". ** The early days workers believed and taught it, they even had The TRINITY words in their hymns for 50 years. Can you imagine that. After these older workers pass on the younger generation of leadership decided to take out the hymns out which had the words Trinity in it because they thought and believed the TRINITY was Pagans doctrine so they took it out of our hymns books in and in.

Source: Newton’s Religious Life and Work (). Isaac Newton (–) was born soon after the English civil wars had begun, and in the first two decades of his life he was exposed to deeply conflicting religious traditions.

His local church of Colsterworth had a puritan minister intruded by the parliamentarian authorities in the late.

The second round of the Elephant Room has come and gone. But as avid blog readers know, the debate surrounding the wisdom or folly of the event continues.

This one may have bigger ramifications that most quick-a-minute Christian controversies. I won’t recap all the posts out there. Justin Taylor, as usual, has a good round up of the events and a sharp : Kevin Deyoung.

An Evangelical Statement on the Trinity Written by William David Spencer in consultation with Aída Besançon Spencer, Mimi Haddad, Royce Gruenler, Kevin Giles, I.

Howard Marshall, Alan Myatt, Millard Erickson, Steven Tracy, Alvera Mickelsen, Stanley Gundry, Catherine Clark Kroeger, and other theologians. The prior posts in this series have alerted us to the dual meanings of “gospel” in antiquity, and also to the argument—apparently broached here for the first time—that Tertullian (the primary ancient witness to Marcion’s “gospel”) never had a text of the arch-heretic in mind at all.

In support of this view one can point to the astonishing fact that in all of Tertullian’s five. One of the gifts I received for the Christmas just passed was a book from my dear sister Sarah entitled, When Jesus became God: The Struggle to Define Christianity during the Last Days of Rome, by Prof.

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He even sketches the life of 'Jesus the magician' as it was pictured by those who did not become his disciples (67) rather like trying to reconstruct the picture of /5. Full text of "Some account of the origin and progress of trinitarian theology: in the second, third, and succeeding centuries, and of the manner in which its doctrines gradually supplanted the unitarianism of the primitive church; compiled from the works of various theological and.

The early Jewish Christians of the first century, such as the Nazarenes and Ebionites, believed Jesus was the Messiah and Savior, but not God. Author: Kermit Zarley.

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A. Smith has an interesting post at CT: Teaching a Calvinist to Dance. In this post he says he longs for a “a kind of ‘Pentecostalized’ Reformed spirituality. Article: 1, 2, 3, 6: Early Gothic Architecture and Perfect Numbers.

Medieval number symbolism. To the medieval mind, numbers were imbued with symbolic qualities and could be interpreted in various ways, with a few numbers having fixed meanings (Sauer ; Hopper ).One and three stood for the undivided Trinity, and two was — amongst other interpretations — connected with the Cited by: 1.