This book is an unedited reprint of The Christian Layman: Or the Doctrine of the Trinity Fully Considered, According to the Bible.The Second Edition Corrected and Abridged, with an Appendix.By a Christian Layman [Benjamin Parsons]published in 1842. (First edition: 1840)q ...It is my design to bring forward and display all the testimony of God, which can have any relation, either directly or indirectly, to my subject... It is not... well to say (as has been said) that some parts of the Bible are contrary to, or inconsistent with reason; because, if both are the gifts of God, both his organs of speech, or his instruments of revelation, they cannot be contradictory, they must be consistent with each other. ...'Search the Scriptures, for it is they, which testify' of God and of Christ.q (pp. 2-4)But to find out what that technical meaning is, they have perplexed and puzzled themselves for centuries, without satiSfaCliOYI, till the most learned and candid have freely acknowledged, that they cannot describe, or conceive ithnt it Is. I doanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Christian Layman: Or the Doctrine of the Trinity Fully Considered, According to the Bible|
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