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The case of Arian-subscription considered
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Full text of "The works of the Rev. Daniel Waterland, D.D. : to which is prefixed, a review of the author's life and writings" See other formats. Open Library is an initiative of the Internet Archive, a (c)(3) non-profit, building a digital library of Internet sites and other cultural artifacts in digital projects include the Wayback Machine, and 33 D Waterland, The Case of Arian-subscription considered: and the several pleas and excuses for it particularly examined and confuted, second edition (Cambridge,reprinted by ECCO Print Editions), p : Rupert Bursell.
This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. A Vindicatican of Christ's Divinity: A Further Vindicacation: A Defence of the Divinity of Christ, in eight sermons: The Case of Arian Subscription Considered: A Critical History of the Athanasians Creed, and the Importance of the Doctrie of the Trinity asserted; making six vols.
8vo, besides smaller pieces. Waterland brought to. CLARKE, SAMUEL (–), divine, was born at Norwich on 11 Oct. His father, Edward Clarke, was an alderman of Norwich, and represented the town in William III's last parliament. Clarke was educated at the Norwich free school, and entered Caius College, Cambridge, in In The Case of Arian Subscription Considered (), High Church theologian Daniel Waterland robustly refuted the notion proposed by Arians and Unitarians that the Articles of Religion were subscribed to only insofar as they were agreeable to Scripture.
This, Waterland contended, was a rejection of the very practice of subscription, a practice necessary to secure the traditional High Author: Laudable Practice. ‘The Case of Arian Subscription Considered,’ Cambridge,8vo. ‘A Supplement to the Case of Arian Subscription Considered,’ London,8vo [see Sykes, Arthur Ashley].
‘The Scriptures and the Arians compared in their accounts of God. The Case of Arian Subscription Considered, Cambridge, ; A Supplement to the Case of Arian Subscription Considered, London, ; reply to Arthur Ashley Sykes.
The Scriptures and the Arians compared in their accounts of God the Father and God the Son, London, A Second Vindication of Christ's Divinity, London, 12 Cf. Waterland, The Case of Arian Subscription considered; and the several pleas and excuses for it particularly examined and confuted (Cambridge, ); Supplement to the same (); Contra (A.
Sykes), The Case of Subscription to the XXXIX Articles considered (London ); A Reply to Dr. Waterland's Supplement, etc. (); J. Hay. The case of subscription to the XXXIX articles considered. Occasioned by Dr Waterland's Case of Arian subscription: Anonymous: Reference is to Daniel Waterland.
A letter to the Right Honourable the Earl of Nottingham. The case of subscription to the XXXIX articles considered: occasioned by Dr. Waterland's Case of Arian subscription Sykes, Arthur Ashley, or [ Book: ] View online (access conditions) At 2.
8 See the arguments developed by the Arian theologians Arthur Ashley Sykes,The case of subscription to the XXXIX articles considered: occasioned by Dr. Waterland's case of Arian subscription, Londonand Robert, Clayton,An essay on spirit, 2nd edn, Londonand A sequel to the essay on spirit, London Cited by: 6.
the. case of catholic subscription. to the. thirty-nine articles. considered: with especial reference to the duties and difficulties of english catholics in the present crisis.
in a letter to the hon. justice coleridge. by the. rev. john keble, m.a. late fellow of oriel college, professor of poetry in the university of oxford, and vicar of hursley, hants. A CHARGE. TO THE CLERGY OF THE DIOCESE OF MARYLAND, [See Waterland, case of Arian Subscription considered.
Works, vol. II.] and (strangely enough!) in a succeeding generation, by those who strove, in a latitudinarian age, to hinder Socinianism, avowed and covert, without and within the Church, from breaking down the harrier which.
In an age which above all things prided itself upon its reasonableness, it would have been strange indeed if that doctrine of Christianity which is objected to by unbelievers as most repugnant to reason, had not taken a prominent place among the controversies which.
Anglican Beliefs V W Y. 1 Julian. or A Discourse Concerning the Earthquake and the Fiery Eruption, which Defeated the Emperor's Attempt to Rebuild the Temple at which the Reality of a Divine Interposition is Shown; The Objections to it are Answered; and the Nature of that Evidence which Demands the Assent of Every Reasonable man to a Miraculous Fact, is Considered and Explained.
Waterland, Daniel, Waterland, Daniel Waterland, Daniel Cosgrove, Daniel Waterland VIAF ID: (Personal) Permalink: See Richard S. Westfall, Never at Rest (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, ), pp. –20, –3; Jewish National and University Library, Jerusalem, MS Yahuda Var.
1/ (Yah. Ms.) b, fols 1–9 and j, fols 1–; Yah. Mss, and parts of contain drafts which relate to the preparation of the book, see also Cambridge University Library (CUL), MS Add.
(3); some Cited by: 1.Unitarianism Spreads in the Church of England The Trinitarian Controversy, As we have seen in the previous chapter, the work of Bidle for the spread of Unitarianism seemed for the most part to end with his life; for he left no organized movement, and no preacher long continued his public services.