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againſt alfo alſo anſwer apoſtles Arians Arius Athanafius becauſe believe born cafe Carpocrates cauſe cenfus CHAPTER Chrift chriftians circumftance confequence confidered controverfy council of Nice Cyril of Alexandria divine doctrine Ebionites effe enim Epift Epiphanius eſpecially eſtabliſhed Eufebius exiſtence faid fame Father fays fcriptures fhall fhould filium firſt flouriſhed fome foul fubject fuch fufficient fuppofed Gnoftics gofpel Hift himſelf hiſtory Irenĉus itſelf Jefus Jews Jofeph lefs logos Luke Lutetiĉ Marcion Mary Matthew Meffiah miraculous conception moſt muſt Neftorius numbers obferved Opera opinion Origen orthodox paffage Parifiis perfons Photinus pre-exiſtence proper purpoſe quĉ quod reaſon refpect Sabellians Sabellius ſaid ſays ſhall ſpeak ſpirit ſtate ſuppoſed Tertullian themſelves Theodoret theſe things thofe thoſe thought tion trine unitarians univerfally uſe virgin γαρ δε δια ει εις εκ εν εξ ην θεον θες και καλα μεν μη περι προς τε τοις τω υιον
Page 326 - Jesus: that ye put off concerning the former conversation the old man, which is corrupt according to the deceitful lusts ; and be renewed in the spirit of your mind ; and that ye put on the new man, which after God is created in righteousness and true holiness.
Page 7 - An History of Early Opinions concerning Jesus Christ, compiled from Original Writers, proving that the Christian Church was at first Unitarian, 4 vols., 8vo., 1786.
Page 362 - For other foundation can no man lay than that which is laid, which is Jesus Christ.
Page 326 - be in Chrift, he is a new creature : old things " are pafled away, behold, all things are become
Page 332 - From that time Jefus began to *' preach, and to fay, Repent, for the kingdom of *
Page 328 - Thy holy vessels ; 3 do Thou now look down upon this Thy servant, appointed a sub-deacon; and grant him the Holy Spirit, that he may worthily handle the vessels of Thy ministry, and do Thy will always, through...
Page 76 - In evangelio, quo utuntur Nazareni et Ebionitae, quod nuper in Graecum de Hebraeo sermone transtulimus , et quod vocatur a plerisque Matthaei authenticum, homo iste, qui aridam habet rnanum, caemeptarius scribitur, istiusmodi vocibus auxilium precans: Caementarius eram manibus victum quaeritans.
Page 371 - As to the writers that have come down to us, (if we omit the author of the Clementines, who was an Unitarian) they were all, without exception, from Justin Martyr to...