The doctrine of the Miraculous Conception , which most Unitarians believe . Professor Norton , the ablest , perhaps , of American Unitarian Critics , defends this doctrine . The introductory chapters of Matthew he rejects , chiefly on ...
UNITARIANISM DEFENDED : PART 3 . LETTER 4 . POLYTHEISM & IDOLATRY FULLY PROVED . “ Behold I will make them of the Synagogue of Satan , which say they are Jews , and are not , hut do lie : I will make them come and worship at thy feet ...
Author: Thomas STEWART (Minister of the Unitarian Chapel, North Shields.)Publish On: 1832
22 UNITARIANISM DEFENDED : OR , A vindication of the Divine Unity , FROM 7 Hature and Scripture . BY THOMAS STEWART , Minister of the Unitarian Chapel , North Shields . Horth Shi : lds : PRINTED AND SOLD BY G , WALKER , TYNE STREET ...
Author: Thomas STEWART (Minister of the Unitarian Chapel, North Shields.)
For certainly no unitarian can conscientiously join in worship with trinitarians ; fince they have not the same object of worship . A trinitarian may join in worship with ... On the contrary , zealous as I ought Unitarianism defended . 37.
For certainly no unitarian can conscientiously join in worship with trinitariaus ; since they have not the same object of worship . A trinitarian may join in worship with ... On the contrary , zealous as I qught Unitarianism defended . 37.
So that in reality there are six Unitarian whom we had before regarded as men who congregations in Salem . were ... We Truth , " has availed himself of the pretence have heretofore been inclined to look with in . of defending Mr.
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Excerpt from Unitarianism Defended: A Series of Lectures 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 To return upon the thirteen Clergymen of the Church of England the words of their General Preface, (p. Xi.) it is no uncommon practice in modern criticism to neglect t/ze statements Of an opponent's case, as if they never had been made, and the corrections passed upon one's own as if they never had been experienced. It is the policy of the thirteen Clergymen to reite rate, nothing daunted, arguments, our careful replies to which are not even noticed, and misrepresentations whose injustice had solemnly been protested against. By these resolute repetitions some are seduced to be lieve, and attention is withdrawn from the overthrow of an error or a calumny by the hardihood with which it rises from its fall, and reasserts itself. Strike them down - they get up, and coolly offer themselves to be struck down again. Great ought to be the power Of Truth; for great is the vitality and the power of effrontery in a popular error. It is only in the long combat of years and generations that the Real mani fests at last its imperishable quality. The General Preface quietly gathers up all the disjecta membra. About the Publisher Forgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books. Find more at www.forgottenbooks.com This book is a reproduction of an important historical work. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy. In rare cases, an imperfection in the original, such as a blemish or missing page, may be replicated in our edition. We do, however, repair the vast majority of imperfections successfully; any imperfections that remain are intentionally left to preserve the state of such historical works.
and , ( if I mistake not , ) an eminent Unitarian expressed himself respecting the controversy in language similar to the following : " If ... All this appears like a challenge to defend the doctrines which his paper denies .
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This discussion — " the thirteen against three , " as it was called — excited very wide attention among thoughtful people , and led many to embrace Unitarianism ; while the collected volume , “ Unitarianism Defended , ” has been ever ...
The statement is this “ I now proceed ( says the writer ) , to reply to another charge you brought against Unitarians . ... or in defending the doctrines of Christianity , you should never have heard me mention these terms , if the ...
UNITARIANISM . Reasons for Unitarianism ; or the Primitive Christian Doctrine . ... With a preface conUNITARIAN FUND REGISTER . taining ... Unitarianism defended : a series of lectures by three UNITARIAN MISSIONARY PAPERS .
The examination of the remaining reason for the Plain Man's withdrawing from Unitarian worship might be dispensed with on the ground , that the doctrine of Universal Restoration is not exclusively Unitarian .
This experience turned his mind to a more careful study of theology , and determined him to the Unitarian faith and ... thirteen in number , were published in a handsome volume ; and a copy of “ Unitarianism Defended " was presented to ...
This experience turned his mind to a more careful study of theology , and determined him to the Unitarian faith and ... thirteen in number , were published in a handsome volume ; and a copy of Unitarianism Defended " was presented to ...
The Liverpool Unitarian controversy , in which James Martineau , John Hamilton Thom ( 1808–1894 ) , and Henry Giles ( 1809-1882 ) repelled the attack of thirteen clergymen , produced Unitarianism Defended ( 1839 ) , which raised ...