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|Named Person:||Gilbert Clerke; Simon Episcopius; Daniel Zwicker; James, St.; Paul, the Apostle Saint.; Jesus Christ.|
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|Description:||2 volumes in 5.|
|Contents:||v . 1. pt. 1.- Harmonia apostolica or Two dissertations; in the former of which the doctrine of St. James on justification by works is explained and defended; in the latter the agreement of St. Paul with St. James is clearly shewn. v. 1. pts. 2 and 3. --
Examen censurae, or An answer to certain strictures before unpublished, on a book entitled Harmonia apostolica, etc. to which is added An apology for The harmony and its author, in answer to the declamation of T. Tully, in a book lately published by him and entitlled Justificatio paulina.- v. 2. --
Works on the Trinity. pts. 1 and 2. --
Defensio fidei nicaenae; a defence of the nicene creed, out of the extent writings of the Catholic doctors, who flourish ed during the three first centuries of the Christian church; in which also is incidentally vindicated The creed of Contantinople:; concerning the Holy Ghost.- pt. 3. --
The judgment of the Catholic Church on the necessity of believing that our Lord Jesus Christ is very God; The primitive and apostolic tradition of the doctrine concerning the divinity of our Saviour Jesus Christ; and brief animadversions on a treatise of Mr. Gilbert Clerke.
|Series Title:||Library of Anglo-Catholic theology.|