By above an Hundred short and clear Argu-
ments, expressed in the terms of the
Compared after a manner entirely new
Digested under the four following Titles
1. The Divinity of Chrift. | 3. The Plurality of Persons.
2. The Divinity of the Holy 4. The Trinity in Unity.
With a few reflections, occasionally interspersed,
upon some of the Arian writers, particularly
Dr. S. Clarke.
To which also is prefixed
A Discourse to the Reader on the necessity of Faith
in the true God, and upon diversity of Opinion.
By the Reverend WILLIAM JONES
late of University College in Oxford, Author of
a full Answer to an Esay on Spirit.
Thou shalt answer for me, O Lord my God. Pfal. 38.15.
Not in the words which mans wisdum teacheth, but which the holy
Ghost teacheth; comparing spiritual things with spiritual.
i Cor. 2. 13.
O X F O R.D,
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