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Trinity in unity, the modus of it

not to be too curiously inquired
into

227
Tritheism, the charge of it removed
from the Catholics

215
fixed upon the Arians 238

the medium between that
and Sabellianism

234
the sense of the ancient Fa-
thers in relation to it

239
Two Gods, the consequence of the
Arian scheme

56

Will, and arbitrary will, distinct
things

90
how the Son may be said to
have been begotten with the
will of the Father

89, 348
Worship (religious) appropriated

to the supreme God only, in
Scripture

162
no distinction in Scripture
between absolute and inferior
worship

166
the same proved from the
practice of the primitive martyrs

173
and from the doctrine of the
ancient Church

that religious worship is due
to Christ, proved from Scrip-

178
upon what principles given
him by the primitive Christians

181
how the worship paid to the
Son terminates in the Father

185
due to him as Creator and
Preserver of the universe, and
before the commencing of his
mediatorial kingdom

175

U.
Unity of Godhead, not to be in-
ferred from unity of authority 55

cannot be asserted but upon
an equality of nature, and unity
of principle

240
Unity of Father and Son, in what
sense defended by the ancients

255
W.
Whitby, (Dr.) an instance of his
unfair dealing in his authorities

93
short strictures upon his mo-
dest disquisitions

282
his notion of mysteries ex-

218

ture

203

posed, &c.

END OF VOL. I.

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