Letters to a Protestant Divine: In Defence of Unitarianism (Classic Reprint)
Excerpt from Letters to a Protestant Divine: In Defence of Unitarianism
The following letters'constitute the author's part of a real ande'micable correspondence, which took place between himself and his friend, to whom they were addressed, in con sequence ofa remark accidentally made in corr versation, that the words of our Saviour (john x. I and my father are one, prove the trinitarian doct1ine of his equality with the Father, which the author denied, and main tained that the whole of the dialegue between our blessed Lord, ' and the Jews, of which this 'text formž alpart, taken together; proves the contra'ry.' (they were written without anyzin tention' of p'uhlishing them; but having been shewn to another friend of the author, - ofwhose judgment he has a vel'y high opinion, and to a 3whom 'the world is indebted for several most valuable theological worl
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