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It is unworthy of a gentleman of Mr. Sharp's amiable character , that he should have incautiously attempted to excite an odium against unitarian christians by uniting them with mahometans.f Such insidious reflection has , indeed , been ...
“ Early and interested prepossession , or prejudice , is a magnifying - glass that makes mountains of molehills , or the greatest “ matters of mere nothings . " Unitarian Tracts , 4to . 1695. vol . iii . tract 1 . p . 23 .
... as reasonable and agreeable to scrip* ture : and from hence came the explications of the trinity , by “ the parasites of those times ; whom now , in regard of their ans tiquity , we call the fathers . ” Unitarian Tracts , 4to .
The reader In the Unitarian tracts , published in quarto , 1691 , & c . the trinitarians are divided into three classes , Nominals , Realists , and Ignoramuses . The first class comprehends those who explain the doctrine so as to ...
In the “ Brief History of the Unitarians , ” page 45 , col . ii . as republished in the Unitarian Tracts , 4to . 1691 , vol . i . is a quotation from an english papist , affirming that , “ Christ is the Pope's God ; for if the Pope had ...
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Related Subjects: Greek language, Biblical -- Article. | Sharp, Granville, -- 1735-1813. -- Remarks on the uses of the definitive article in the Greek text of the New Testament.