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Unitarianism defended : a series of lectures

Author: James Martineau; Henry Giles; John H Thom
Publisher: Liverpool, Willmer, 1839.
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Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: James Martineau; Henry Giles; John H Thom
OCLC Number: 670414735
Description: 1 online resource ([913] pages)
Contents: The practical importance of the Unitarian controversy [by] J.H. Thom.; The Bible: what it is, and what it is not [by] J. Martineau; Christianity not the property of critics and scholars, but the gift of God to all men [by] J.H. Thom; There is one God and one Mediator between God and men, the Man Christ Jesus [by] H. Giles; The proposition that Christ is God proved to be false from the Jewish and the Christian Scriptures [by] J. Martineau; The scheme of vicarious redemption inconsistent with itself, and the Christian idea of salvation [by] J. Martineau; The unscriptural origin and ecclesiastical history of the doctrine of the Trinity [by] J.H. Thom; Man the image of God [by] H. Giles; The Comforter, even the spirit of truth, who dwelleth in us, and teacheth all things [by] J.H. Thom; Creeds the foes of Heavenly faith, the allies of worldly policy [by] H. Giles; The Christian view of moral evil [by] J. Martineau; The christian view of retribution hereafter [by] H. Giles; Christianity without priest, and without ritual [by] J. Martineau.
Responsibility: by three Protestant dissenting ministers of Liverpool, in reply to a course of lectures, entitled "Unitarianism confuted," by thirteen clergymen of the Church of England.

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