|Statement||with introductory remarks, and an appendix ...|
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Manchester socinian controversy. London: F. Westley, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: OCLC Number: Description: lii, pages: portrait ; 24 cm: Responsibility: with introductory remarks, and an appendix. Full text of "The Manchester Socinian controversy [ed. by J. Birt]." See other formats. An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio. An illustration of a " floppy disk. Software. An illustration of two photographs. The Manchester socinian controversy Item Preview remove-circlePages: The Socinian Controversy (eBook) in the application of them, the Socinian system of theology, and yet did not think it altogether safe or expedient to deny the divine origin of the Christian revelation, they must, as a matter of course, be forced to adopt, as their only means of defence, the rationalistic principle of interpretation.
The lowest price for the manchester socinian controversy with introductory remarks Discover millions of discounted products on The fight over Manchester’s book—published on April 7, , by Harper & Row after more than a year of bitter, relentless, headline-making controversy over the manuscript—nearly . The Socinian controversy in the Church of England was a theological argument on christology carried out by English theologians for around a decade from Positions that had remained largely dormant since the death in of John Biddle, an early Unitarian, were revived and discussed, in pamphlet literature. This controversy was part of a larger debate after the Act of Toleration , . The Socinian controversy discuss'd in six dialogues: wherein the chief of the Socinian tracts publish'd of late years are consider'd. To which is added, a defence of the first and last dialogues relating to the satisfaction of Jesus Christ / (London: Printed for G. Strahan, at the Golden Ball over against the Royal-Exchange in Cornhill, ), by Charles Leslie (page images at HathiTrust).
Dr. Williams's library, and the debate on the Roman Catholic claims, January 20th, with the history of the adjorned meeting on the 27th. To which is added extracts from the Manchester Socinian controversy, laws relative to dissenting trusts; "A true copy of the last will and testament of the late Reverend Daniel Williams, D.D.". and "Papers relating to the late Daniel Williams, D.D. In England the Socinian controversy, initiated by Biddle, preceded the Arian controversy initiated by Samuel Clarke's Scripture Doctrine of the Trinity (), although John Knowles was an Arian lay preacher at Chester in Arian or semi-Arian views had much vogue during the 18th century, both in the Church and among dissenters. OCLC Number: Description: 4 preliminary leaves, pages frontispiece 20 cm. Contents: The institution. The booksSeventeenth-century Unitarian tractsThe earliest Unitarian periodicalLiberal dissent a hundred years agoThe Manchester Socinian controversyThe Christan brethren movementAppendix. 36 Cf. (George Hadfield), The Manchester Socinian Controversy (London, ), written to stir up the orthodox to recover their properties. Cf. McLachlan, Nonconformist Library. 37 Cf. W. Whitaker, ‘The Open-Trust Myth,’ U. H. S. (London), i, – As a matter of fact this practice was not peculiar to the Presbyterians, since most Dissenting trusts of the period were left “open,” orthodox beliefs being .