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Richard Sibbes God's Spreading Goodness By R N Frost
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English Puritans of the Stuart era were divided by a number of questions. The greatest of these asked what constitutes salvation and restoration from sin. All agreed that it was by grace through... More > faith. But few could agree on how to define sin, grace, and faith. Richard Sibbes consciously followed Augustine, Martin Luther, and John Calvin in defining sin as self-love and grace as God's redemptive love in Christ. His theology centered on the love of God expressed through Christ and offered by the Spirit; and faith as a response to that love. This produced a winsome and transforming theology of union with Christ and communion with God. In this he was a counterweight to the spread of moralistic Puritan theologies in his day.< Less
God and Christ Examining the Evidence for a Biblical Doctrine By David Barron
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When faced with "evidence" for various doctrines it can be difficult to distinguish between truth and error. Though rightly motivated, many advocates of false teachings have mislead many.... More > An examiniation of varying lines of evidence can overcome this error and reveal a proper, biblical doctrine of God and Christ.< Less
Trinity By Dale Tuggy
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This book surveys the ways analytic theologians have sought to understand the Christian doctrine of the Trinity. Applying the tools of recent analytic metaphysics, logic, and epistemology, they seek... More > to provide a self-consistent and orthodox way to understand the trinitarian claims of catholic traditions. This issue goes to the heart of Christian belief, and is central to theological disagreements between Christians, Jews, and Muslims. Supplementary discussions survey the history of Trinity theories, unitarian Christian theologies, and Judaic and Islamic objections to Trinity theories. There is an extensive bibliography. This book is an authorized reprint of the article "Trinity" and its supplementary documents, from the online Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy. http://plato.stanford.edu/< Less
A Designed End to the Socinian Controversy: or, a rational and plain Discourse to prove, that no other Person but the Father of Christ is God Most High. By John Smith
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This volume is a reprint of a book first published in 1695. In it, John Smith enters the controversy raging in London (c. 1687-98) over the doctrine of the Trinity. "The following is a brief... More > outline... There is one God, who is one in nature, essence, and person; and it is He only who is the Father of Jesus Christ. Christ is not the true God, because he himself has a God above him; because what he does is by a power received from God; and because God and he are plainly distinguished. The Scriptures represent Christ as a man..." - Robert Wallace, in "Historical Sketch of the Trinitarian Controversy from the Accession of William III to the Passing of the Blasphemy Act. No. V". Smith was swiftly pressured to recant. Excerpts from a 1829 periodical and from volume III of Wallace's Antitrinitarian Biography are included here. They tell the story of Smith's persecution, and relate other facts about his life and writings.< Less
In Defense of the Trinity By William Jones
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This reprint of Volume I of The Theological, Philosophical and Miscellaneous works of the Rev. William Jones (1801) It contains writings by trinitarian apologist and theologian William Jones... More > (1726-1800), including The Catholic Doctrine of the Trinity, Proved by Above a Hundred Short and Clear Arguments, Explained in the Terms of the Holy Scripture (1767 - 1st ed. 1756).A Letter to the Common People, in Answer to popular Arguments Against the Trinity (This is a rebuttal to William Hopkins's An Appeal to the Common Sense of All Christian People, which is available here.A Preservative Against the Publications of Modern SociniansSeasonable Cautions Against Errors in Doctrine; in a Letter to a Young Gentleman at OxfordA Short Way to Truth: or the Christian Doctrine of a Trinity in Unity as well as a brief "Life of the Author."< Less
Three Tracts by Joseph Priestley By Joseph Priestley
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Reprint of the 1791 edition of three tracts by Joseph Priestley (1733-1804), constituting a sustained attack on Calvinism.These are:An Appeal to the Serious and Candid Professors of ChristianityA... More > Familiar Illustration of Certain Passages of Scripture, and A General View of the Arguments for the Unity of GodThis is a high quality & very readable reprint. The above Preview pages give you an idea of the page layout, but seriously under-represent the image quality. In other words, the words are printed much more clearly than they appear in the Preview above.For other books on the Trinity and related topics, visit trinities.org/books">< Less
The Christian Layman: Or the Doctrine of the Trinity Fully Considered, According to the Bible By Benjamin Parsons
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This book is an unedited reprint of The Christian Layman: Or the Doctrine of the Trinity Fully Considered, According to the Bible. The Second Edition Corrected and Abridged, with an Appendix. By... More > a Christian Layman [Benjamin Parsons] published in 1842. (First edition: 1840) " ...It is my design to bring forward and display all the testimony of God, which can have any relation, either directly or indirectly, to my subject... It is not... well to say (as has been said) that some parts of the Bible are contrary to, or inconsistent with reason; because, if both are the gifts of God, both his organs of speech, or his instruments of revelation, they cannot be contradictory, they must be consistent with each other. ...'Search the Scriptures, for it is they, which testify' of God and of Christ." (pp. 2-4)< Less
Vindiciae Evangelicae; Or, The Mystery of the Gospel Vindicated and Socinianism Examined By John Owen
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This volume in an unedited reprint of Vindiciae Evangelicae (1655), as reprinted in Volume XII of The Works of John Owen, D.D. (ed. William H. Goold, Edinburgh: T & T Clark, 1862)This work,... More > written by order of the Council of State, is a lengthy refutation of the unitarian (“Socinian”) theology of John Bidle (Biddle) (1615-1662). (Some works of Bidle are available here. John Owen (1616-1683) was an English Nonconformist divine. He was born at Stadham in Oxfordshire in 1616, and was educated at Queen's College, Oxford. (B.A. 1632, M.A. 1635) He served as chaplain to Oliver Cromwell, as a minister, and was prolific controversial and theological writer, famous for his attacks on Catholicism, unitarianism, and Arminianism. < Less
Three Tracts by Joseph Priestley By Joseph Priestley
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Reprint of the 1791 edition of three tracts by Joseph Priestley (1733-1804), constituting a sustained attack on Calvinism.These are:An Appeal to the Serious and Candid Professors of ChristianityA... More > Familiar Illustration of Certain Passages of Scripture, and A General View of the Arguments for the Unity of GodThis is a high quality & very readable reprint. The above Preview pages give you an idea of the page layout, but seriously under-represent the image quality. In other words, the words are printed much more clearly than they appear in the Preview above.For other books on the Trinity and related topics, visit < Less
The Christian Layman: Or the Doctrine of the Trinity Fully Considered, According to the Bible By Benjamin Parsons
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This book is an unedited reprint of The Christian Layman: Or the Doctrine of the Trinity Fully Considered, According to the Bible. The Second Edition Corrected and Abridged, with an Appendix. By... More > a Christian Layman [Benjamin Parsons] published in 1842. (First edition: 1840) " ...It is my design to bring forward and display all the testimony of God, which can have any relation, either directly or indirectly, to my subject... It is not... well to say (as has been said) that some parts of the Bible are contrary to, or inconsistent with reason; because, if both are the gifts of God, both his organs of speech, or his instruments of revelation, they cannot be contradictory, they must be consistent with each other. ...'Search the Scriptures, for it is they, which testify' of God and of Christ." (pp. 2-4)< Less

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