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Institutions, concerning the Holy Trinity, and the manner of our Saviour"s Divinity being, I. An explication or declaration of the (general and current) doctrine of the Catholic Church, concerning those articles; and a defence of the same, against the Socinians and Tritheists, and an abstract or summary of the XV books of St. Austin, concerning the article of the Trinity and the depending articles and questions; with the clauses of the confession of faith, of the Oriental or Greek Church, that explain also the same. II. A scholastic dissertation, that represents the doctrine of other Latin and Greek Fathers, of the schoolmen, and of the divines of the Reformation. This last from the Latin; but with a conclusion, and notes added to it. The whole an abridgment of the learning on these articles by Stephen Nye

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Other titlesInstitutions, concerning the Holy Trinity, and the manner of our Saviour"s divinity
Statementby Stephen Nye
The Physical Object
Pagination[12], 196 p. ;
Number of Pages196
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24340808M

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