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" The most accurate consideration of the subject will lead us to acquiesce in the statement, as a general truth, that the doctrines in question have never been learned merely from Scripture ; surely, the sacred volume was never intended, and was not adapted,... "
The Arians of the Fourth Century - Page 51
by John Henry Newman - 1871 - 478 pages
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Unitarianism Defined: The Scripture Doctrine of the Father, Son and Holy ...

Frederick Augustus Farley - Trinity - 1860 - 272 pages
...startle those who are but little acquainted with the popular writings of this day, (fourth century,) yet I believe the most accurate consideration of the...as a general truth, that the doctrines in question (the Trinity, Atonement, etc.) have never been learned merely from Scripture. Surely the Sacred volume...
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Discourses on the Doctrines of Christianity

William Greenleaf Eliot - Christianity - 1868 - 168 pages
...Protestant authorities. Newman was certainly a nominal Protestant when he wrote the following words : " The most accurate consideration of the subject will...; surely the sacred volume was never intended, and was not adapted, to teach our creed." (Newman, Arians of the Fourth Century p. 55, quoted in Wiseman's...
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Discourses on the Doctrine of Christianity

William Greenleaf Eliot - Unitarianism - 1870 - 168 pages
...Protestant authorities. Newman was certainly a nominal Protestant when he wrote the following words : " The most accurate consideration of the subject will...; surely the sacred volume was never intended, and was not adapted, to teach our creed." (Newman, Arians of the Fourth Century p. 55, quoted in Wiseman's...
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Discourses on the Doctrines of Christianity

William Greenleaf Eliot - Unitarianism - 1871 - 168 pages
...Protestant authorities. Newman was certainly a nominal Protestant when he wrote the following words : " The most accurate consideration of the subject will...doctrines in question have never been learned merely fror'i Scripture ; surely the sacred volume was never intended, and was not adapted, to teach our creed."...
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the scripture doctrine of the father, son and holy ghost

frederick a. farley - 1873
...startle those who are but little acquainted with the popular writings of this day, (fourth century,) yet I believe the most accurate consideration of the...as a general truth, that the doctrines in question (the Trinity, Atonement, etc.) have never been learned merely from Scripture. Surely the Sacred volume...
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Unitarianism Defined: The Scripture Doctrine of the Father, Son and Holy ...

Frederick Augustus Farley - Unitarianism - 1881 - 272 pages
...startle those who are but little acquainted with the popular -writings of this day, (fourth century,) yet I believe the most accurate consideration of the...as a general truth, that the doctrines in question (the Trinity, Atonement, etc.) have never been learned merely from Scripture. Surely the Sacred volume...
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Prize essay ... History of the origin of the doctrine of the Trinity in the ...

Hugh Hutton Stannus - 1882
...Fourth Century ", p. 55 — a book written when he was a clergyman of the Established Church), says, "The most accurate " consideration of the subject...as "a general truth, that the doctrines in question [viz., the Trinity and " Incarnation] have never been learned merely from Scripture". Dr. Bennet ("...
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Manford's Magazine, Volume 31

1887
...with the popular writings of this day, (4th century,) yet I believe the most accurate considerations of the subject will lead us to acquiesce in the statement...as a general truth, that the doctrines in question (the Trinity, incarnation and atonement,) have never been learned merely from Scripture. Surely the...
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The Secret History of the Oxford Movement

Walter Walsh - Anglo-Catholicism - 1899 - 424 pages
..."it may be asked, How was any secrecy practicable, seeing that the Scriptures were open to everyone who chose to consult them ? It may startle those who are but acquainted with the 1 Newman's Arians, p. 65. Seventh edition. Ibid., pp. 73, 74. Ibid., p. 45. SECRET TEACHINGS....
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The Secret History of the Oxford Movement

Walter Walsh - Anglo-Catholicism - 1899 - 424 pages
...it may be asked, How was any secrecy practicable, seeing that the Scriptures were open to everyone who chose to consult them ? It may startle those who...as a general truth, that the doctrines in question [ie, the secret doctrines of the early Church] have never been learnt merely from Scripture." And then...
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