The holy Scriptural doctrine of the Divine Trinity in essential unity, and the supreme Godhead of Jesus Christ being one and the same with His Father's: Shewn to be not only demonstrative, but most clearly conceivable spiritual, and Scriptural Truths. wherewith is occasionally shewn, that although the Newtonian philosophy be formally and mathematically true; yet it i materially and physically false. To which is prefixed A Prefatory Discourse, wherein the Physical, Metaphysical, and Theological Errors of a late Treatise, entitled, an Essay on Spirit, are clearly shewn and confuted. By John Scott, D. D. Author of the late Notes and Observations on the Three First Chapters of Genesis

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Main Author: Scott, John
Format: eBook
Published: London printed for the author, and to be had at his house, in Orchard-Street, Westminster; and at Mr. Woodfall's, Printer, at Charing-Cross; and at Mr. Hawkins's, Bookseller, at Milton's Head, between the two Temple Gates, Fleet-Street 1754, [1754]
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Collection: Eighteenth Century Collections Online / ECCO - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Item Description:English Short Title Catalog, T84537. - Price from imprint: Price Seven Shillings stitch'd. Where may be also had, his Notes and Observations on the Three first Chapters of Genesis, Price stitch'd Seven Shillings. - Reproduction of original from British Library. - The second leaf bears errata on the verso. - With two final advertisement leaves
Physical Description:Online-Ressource ([4],iii-clxviii,316,[4]p) 8°