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The Last Thoughts of Dr. Whitby By Daniel Whitby
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This book is a reprint of a volume printed in 1841, an edition of a work by Daniel Whitby (1638-1726) first(posthumously) published in 1727. In this book, prolific and respected theologian Daniel... More > Whitby aims to correct his previous errors and share his final thoughts on the doctrine of the Trinity, arguing for a subordinationist understanding of Jesus and God his Father, like that of his friend Samuel Clarke. Full title: The Last Thoughts of Dr. Whitby; containing His Correction of Several Passages in his Commentary on the New Testament. To which is added, Five Discourses, On the Subordination of the Son, &c. Published by his express order. A New Edition. To which is prefixed, A Short Account of Dr. Whitby, with a Catalogue of his Works. For more books on the Trinity and related topics, visit: http://trinities.org/books and http://trinities.org/blog/store< Less
The Last Thoughts of Dr. Whitby By Daniel Whitby
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This book is a reprint of a volume printed in 1841, an edition of a work by Daniel Whitby (1638-1726) first(posthumously) published in 1727. In this book, prolific and respected theologian Daniel... More > Whitby aims to correct his previous errors and share his final thoughts on the doctrine of the Trinity, arguing for a subordinationist understanding of Jesus and God his Father, like that of his friend Samuel Clarke. Full title: The Last Thoughts of Dr. Whitby; containing His Correction of Several Passages in his Commentary on the New Testament. To which is added, Five Discourses, On the Subordination of the Son, &c. Published by his express order. A New Edition. To which is prefixed, A Short Account of Dr. Whitby, with a Catalogue of his Works. For more books on the Trinity and related topics, visit: http://trinities.org/books and http://trinities.org/blog/store< Less
The True Believer's Defence, Against Charges Preferred By Trinitarians, for not Believing in the Divinity of Christ, the Deity of Christ, the Trinity, &c. By Charles Morgridge
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This volume is a reprint of two books published in 1837 by Charles Morgridge: The True Believer's Defence, Against Charges Preferred by Trinitarians, for not Believing in the Divinity of Christ,... More > the Deity of Christ, the Trinity, &c. and Appendix to the "True Believer's Defence;" Or a Reply to "The True Faith Vindicated," a Work purporting to have been written by Phineas Crandall, Pastor of the Second Methodist Episcopal Church in New Bedford. Also included are brief book reviews of these works published in The Christian Examiner, 1837-1838. Other historical reprints of works on the Trinity and related topics are available here.< Less
The Racovian Catechism By translated by Thomas Rees
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Reprint of 1818 edition, translated by Thomas Rees from the 1680 Latin version of the Racovian Catechism by Crellius, Schlichtingius, Ruarus, Wissowatius, and "F.C.". This book is the... More > classic expression of Socinian theology, called sometimes called "Biblical Unitarianism" today, to distinguish it from later (late 18th century to 19th century) "Unitarianism", as well as from 20th-21st century Unitarian-Universalism. According to the classic Socinian theology, Christ is the unique Son of God, worthy of worship, sacrificed for the sins of humankind, and raised from the dead, but is (only) a human, not divine. Features a lengthy, scholarly "Historical Introduction" by Rees. 404 pages. The pages print better than the Preview above shows, although the copy isn't flawless. For other books on the Trinity, see trinities.org/books< Less
Ferenc Dávid and the search for Bible truth in Transylvania By James Andrews
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A study of the life and thought of Ferenc Dávid, a sixteenth-century reformer and Antitrinitarian thinker from the semi-independent province of Transylvania (now part of Romania). This book... More > places Ferenc Dávid in the context both of sixteenth-century Transylvania and of wider religious reform movements of the period. It charts the progress of the Radical Reformation with its often bewildering array of religious groups, and it traces the origins of Antitrinitarian thought – with chapters devoted to the most important sixteenth-century Antitrinitarians Michael Servetus and Faustus Socinus. The book contains a detailed study of Ferenc Dávid himself, following the course of his life and the development of his ideas – including analysis of his final and controversial debate with Faustus Socinus. It concludes by bringing the story of Ferenc Dávid up to date by considering his legacy and the history of the Unitarian Church which sees him as its founder.< Less
Ferenc Dávid and the search for Bible truth in Transylvania By James Andrews
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A study of the life and thought of Ferenc Dávid, a sixteenth-century reformer and Antitrinitarian thinker from the semi-independent province of Transylvania (now part of Romania). This book... More > places Ferenc Dávid in the context both of sixteenth-century Transylvania and of wider religious reform movements of the period. It charts the progress of the Radical Reformation with its often bewildering array of religious groups, and it traces the origins of Antitrinitarian thought – with chapters devoted to the most important sixteenth-century Antitrinitarians Michael Servetus and Faustus Socinus. The book contains a detailed study of Ferenc Dávid himself, following the course of his life and the development of his ideas – including analysis of his final and controversial debate with Faustus Socinus. It concludes by bringing the story of Ferenc Dávid up to date by considering his legacy and the history of the Unitarian Church which sees him as its founder.< Less
The Socinian Controversy Discuss'd in Six Dialogues By Charles Leslie
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Charles Leslie (1650 - 1722), Anglican nonjuring divine, was born and educated in Dublin, Ireland. In 1689 he moved to England, and authored numerous polemical tracts on religious and political... More > topics.The first edition of Leslie's Socinian Controversy Discuss'd was printed in 1708. He published a second edition in 1719. The edition reprinted here is from volume 1 of his two-volume Works, published in 1721. In this work of Christian apologetics, Leslie endeavors to refute anyone who might be considered "antitrinitarian". Some chief targets include Unitarians or Socinians such as Stephen Nye, and subordinationist Samuel Clarke. For other books on the Trinity go to http://trinities.org/books.< Less
Expository Lectures on the Principal Passages of the Scriptures which relate to the Doctrine of the Trinity By George W. Burnap
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George Washington Burnap was born in Merrimack, New Hampshire on November 30, 1802. He graduated from Harvard in 1824, and in 1828 he was ordained pastor of the First Congregational church of... More > Baltimore, Maryland. He died in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on September 8, 1859. This book is a reprint of his Lectures on the Principal Passages of the Scriptures which relate to the Doctrine of the Trinity (1845) His other theological works include: Lectures on the Doctrines of Controversy between Unitarians and other Denominations of Christians (1835) Lectures on the History of Christianity (1842) Popular Objections to Unitarian Christianity Considered and Answered (1848) What is Unitarianism? (1848) Lectures on Doctrines of Christianity (1848) Discourses on the Rectitude of Human Nature (1850) Christianity, its Essence and Evidence, or an Analysis of the New Testament (1855)< Less
Channing vs. Stuart on the Trinity and the Incarnation By William Ellery Channing and Moses Stuart
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A reprint of three brief works constituting a debate on the doctrine of the Trinity between two prominent American theologians, originally published between 1830 and 1855.The debate starts with... More > William Ellery Channing's famous Unitarian manifesto in 1819 at the ordination of Jared Sparks. The second entry is Channing's tract of the same year, "Objections to Unitarian Christianity Considered". The last two thirds of this volume consists of a reprint of Moses Stuart's Letters on the Trinity and on the Divinity of Christ, which consists of his lengthy replies to Channing's original sermon of 1819.This reprint is nearly 100% readable, but the text quality in the Stuart portion is somewhat uneven and too light.< Less
Sixteen American Unitarian Tracts By Various Authors
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This volume consists of unedited reprints of tracts from the American Unitarian Association, 1827-1834. Includes: One Hundred Scriptural Arguments for the Unitarian FaithOmniscience the Attribute of... More > the Father Only Joseph Hutton.The Doctrine of Pronouns Applied to Christ’s Testimony of Himself, Noah Worcester. The Evidence Necessary to Establish the Doctrine of the Trinity, S.C. Thacher.The Apostle Paul a Unitarian The Doctrine of Two Natures in Jesus Christ, Alvan Lamson. The Divinity of Jesus Christ.The Apostle Peter a Unitarian.Outline of the Testimony of Scripture Against the Trinity, Henry Ware, Jr.The Doctrines of Trinity and Transubstantiation ComparedThe Doctrine of Atonement, Henry Turner.Presumptive Arguments in Favor of Unitarianism, M.L. Hurlbut.See back cover or preview for full table of contents.< Less