Memoirs of the Life of the Cate Rev. John Howe
by Edmund Calamy
ISBN 1150749393 (1-150-74939-3)
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Softcover, General Books LLC, 2012
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Book summary: This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1724. Excerpt: ... 15. Thecy«/y of the Godhead isdeclar'd to be salv'd, because the Supposition takes in the natural, sternal, necessary Union of all the three: Nor is the Godhead fuppos'd more necessarily to exist, than these three are to coexist in the nearest and most intimate Union with each other therein. 17. But an Hypothesis in this Affair, which leaves out the very nexus, that natural eter7 nal Union, or leaves it out of its proper place, and insists upon mutual Consciousness, which is but a consequence thereof, wants the principal thing requisite to the salving the Unity of the Godhead. 18. The Order of 'Priority and Posteriority, Which the Names Father, Son, and Spirit, do more than intimate, is declar'd to be this way preserv'd and comply'd with. 19. If it is-urg'd, that one individual necessarily existent ipiritual Being alone is God, and is all that is signify'd by the name of God; tis anfwer'd, that if by one individual necessarily existent Ipiritual Being, either the Father, Son, or Holy Ghost is meant, taken sejunctly, it is deny'd: for both the other are truly signify'd by the name of God too, as well as that one. 20. If it is farther objected, that the Notion of God is this way made to comprehend Father, Son, and Holy Ghost, and a Godhead besides common to these three: Tis anfwer'd, that the Notion of God imports not any any thing more of rfial Being than is contain in Father, Son and Holy Ghost, taken t& gether, and most intimately, naturally, and vitally, by eternal necessity, united With one another. Tis added,.'-"' (-"«-a; 21. That lit such an Union 4e conceiv'd in the Being of God, with soch distinction, and the ablblute Perfection of-the Deity, and the perfect Felicity thereof, will be the more apprehensible with us. 22. And yet as to Delig...
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