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    -- hal[ ad azr Zohar. in Genesis fol. I. col. 3. Ed. Sultzbach, fol. 3.

    Ed. Cremon. -- yzr lkd azr Zohar in Exodus fol. 66. col. 3. fol. 71. col. 4. Ed.

    Cremon. -- ahwwmyhmd azr Ibid. -- Viderint igitur Antichristi, qui negant patrem & filium. Negant enim patrem, dum eundem filium dicant, & negant fillum, dum eundem patrem credunt, dando illis quae non runt, auserendo quae sunt. Tertullian. adv. Prax. c. 30. -- Mercurius, Trismegistus, Pythagoras, Socrates, Plato, Proelus, Plotinus, Porphyry, Aristotle, Epictetus, Senera, Cicero, Plutarch, Homer, Hesiod, Theognis, Sophocies, etc. Marnaeus de verit. Christ.

    Relig. 50:3. -- 'Tis the second Article in their Creed; and is strongly asserted by Maimonides, in Yesode Hattore, c. I. p. 4. and by R. Jospeh Albo, in Sepber Ikkarim, 50:2. c. 6, 7. -- Vid. Talmud, Beracot, fol. 2. l, 2. & Maimon Hilch. Keriat Shema, c. 50:p. 1, 2. -- Vid. Dr. Waterland's sermons, p. 125. 126. And his first defense of queries, p. 4, 5. -- The great concern of Jew and Gentile, p. 17, 40, 41, 47, 50. -- P.1. -- Ibid. p. 7. -- Audi, Israel, Dominus Deus tuus, Dominus unus est, & Do-minum Deum tuum adorabis, & illi soli servies. Quem Deum, non patrem solum credimus, sed pattern, & filium, & spiritum sanctum. Fides enim noltra, qua unum Deum colimus & time-mus, nec unione personali contrabitur, nec substantiali diversitate disjungitur: Ne aut Deos Gentiliter colamus diversas colendo substantias, aut filium & spiritum cum Sabellio denegemus, non servantes in trinitate personas. Fulgent.

    Respons. contr. Arrian. obj. 4. -- Quod fi Dominum Deum,. solum patrem accipere debemus, filio ergo nec ut Deo serviamus, nec eum adoremus: Quicquid enim ad natuaram Domini Dei solius non pertinet, at Deus a no-bis adorari non debet. Fulgient. ib. obj. 10. -- Vid. Dr. Waterland's first Defence of some queries, p. -- Pa~v ou~n o[viv e[na kai< mo>non katagge>llei Qesei th~v tou~ Crisou~ qe>othtov, ejvi diabolov kai< ejcqrov pa>shv dikaiosu>nhv. Ignat. E pist. ascript, ad Antiochcn. p. 84. Ed. Voss. -- Zohar. in Genesis fol. 107. col. 3. and 128. 3. Bereshit Rabba, Parash. 2. and 8. Vajikra Rabba, Parash, 14. Caphtor. fol. 113, 2. Baal Hatturim in loc. -- Allix's judgment of the Jewish Church, p. 124. -- Vet. Nizzachon, p. 4. Ed. Wagenseil. -- In Lev. fol. 27. col. 2. Ed. Sultzbach. fol 29 Cremon. -- Tres autem non statu, sed gradu; nec substantia, sed for-ma; nec potestate, sed specie; unius autem substantiae & uni-us status & unius porestatis; quia unus deus, ex quo & Gradus isti, & formae & species, in nomine patris & filii & spiritus sancti deputantur, Tertullian, adv.

    Praxeam, c. 2. Hoc mihi & in tertium gradum dictum sit, quia spiritum non aliunde puto, quam a patre per filium, ib. c. 4. -- Vid. Menasseh ben Israel, conciliat, in Genesis quaest. 6. -- So Ver. Nizza hon, p. 5. Lipman. Carmen memorial. -- Bereshit Rabba, Parash. 8. Jarchi. & Aben Ezra in loc. -- R. Saadiah Gaon in Aben Ezra in loc. R. Bechai in loc. -- Aben Ezra in Genesis 1:26. -- Bp. Kidder's demonstration of the Messiah, part 3. P. 90. -- Bereshit Rabba, Parash. 8. -- Talmud, Megilla, fol. 9. 1. -- Talmud, ib. Bereshit Rabba, Parash. 38. -- Eipe gasomen a[nqrwpon kat ejiko>na hJmete>ran ki< kaq oJ Philo de consusione ling. p. 344. Ed. Par.

    He asserts the same in his book De Profugis, p. 460. -- Oti e+ipen oJ qeosomen a\nqrwpon o\per ejmfai>nei sumpara>lhyin eJte>rwn, wJv a]n sunergw~n Idem de opisicio, p. 16. -- "The great concern of Jew and Gentile, p. 20. -- Bereshit Rabba, Parash. 21. Aben Ezra in loc. -- Vid. R. Abendana in loc. -- Kai< palin e+ipen oJ qeo>v, idou< ge>gonen Adan To< gaf eJnonwn tiqetai , Philo de confuf. ling. p. 344, -- Targum jon. & Aben Ezra in loc. Jarchi on the place, says That God consulted with his house of judgement. -- Deu~te ki< kataba>ntev sugcewmen ajutw~n thnetai gaSee The great concern of Jew and Gentile, p. 34. -- Ibid. p. 24. -- The great concern of Jew and Gentile, etc. p. 20. -- Vid. L'Empereur not. in Jachiad. in loc. And Allix's judgment of the Jewish Church, etc. p. 152, 153. -- Vid. AuguR. de Haeret. c. 36. -- Tertullian. de praefeript. Haeret. c. 53. & adv. Praxeam, c. 1. 2. -- Tertulian. adv. Praxeam, c. 10. -- De praeicript. Haeret. c. 52. -- Vid Danaeum in August. de Haeret. c.1. -- Vid. Irenaeum, adv Haeres. 50:1. c. 20. -- Oti to< mennhton ki< gennhto>n ki< ejkporeutoav ojno>mata ajlla> tro>poi uJpa>rxewv oJ de< tro>pov th~v uJpa>rxewv toi~v o]no>masi carakthri>zetai tou>toiv . Justin. Expos. Fid. p. -- Ibid. p. 3, 6. Quaest. & Respons. ad Orthodox. p. 401. -- Adv. Prax. c. 6, 7, 11, 12, 13, 14, 18. -- Quaecunque ergo substantia sermonis fuit, illam dico personam, & illi nomen filii vindico, & dum filium agnosco, secun-dum a patre defendo, ibid. c. 7. -- Persona est naturae rationalis individua subitantia. Et, paulo post: Longe vero illi signatius naturae rationalis individuam sub-sistentiam, uJpova>sewv nomine, vocaverunt. Boetius de persona, & natura, c. 3. -- Vid. Wendelin. Christian. Theolog. 50:1. c. 2. Thes 2. p. 93, 94. & Essenii System. Theolog par. 1. disp. 16. p. 140. -- First defense of queries, p. 350. -- Second defense of queries, p. 766. -- On the Trinity, p. 21. -- Vid. Mornaeum de Verit. Relig. c. 5. -- Dicendo enim, Verbo, filium declarari; adjungendo De-mini pattern, & Spiritu oris ejus, utique spiritum sanctum intel-ligi, qui ante tempora de patre processit, & ut in tribus perionis manifesta intelligeretur trinitas, ejus dictum effe non Eorum. Cassiodor. in loc. -- Chap. 54:5 -- The great Concern of Jew and Gentile, etc. p. 30. 31, 32. -- The great Concern of Jew and Gentile, etc. p. 58. 59. -- Oute eijv e[na triw>numon ou]te eijv trei~v ejnanqrwph>santav ajll eijv trei~v oJmoti>mouv Epist. ad Philip. Ignat, ascript, p. 100. Ed. Voff. -- Ibid. 15:26 -- The great concern of Jew and Gentile, etc. p. 42. -- Vid. Grotium in loc. -- Ibid. 8:11. -- The great concern of Jew and Gentile, p. 47. -- In loc. -- To< age>nnhton ki< gennhtoav dhlwtika< shmatika< de< tw~n ujpova>sewn . Justin. exposit. fidei, p. 374. Edit. Paris. Ena toi>nun Qeomenon h+| mev ki< pneu~ma a[gion th~v mia~v qeothtov tazontav h= de> Qeoan koinosewn nou~ntav .

    Idem. p. 379. Vid . eriam Quaest. & Respons. ad orthodox. Quaet. 17, & 129. -- Ei de> ti>v ejk tou~twn perispaqh>setai mh>ph ajutomolou~men proo ei=nai uJposa>seiv patetw to<, h+n de< pa>ntwn tw~n piseusa>ntwn hJ kardi>a ki< hJ yuch< mi>a i[na qewrh>sh to< egw ki< oJ pathOrigen. contr. Celsum, l. 8. -- Unde etiam dicimus unam esse oujsi>an , vel oujsi>wsin , id est, essentiam vel subsistentiam deitatis; sed tres uJposa>seiv id est, tres substantias. Et quidem, secundum hunc modum, dixere unam Trinitatis essentiam, tres substantias, tresque personas. Beetius de persona & natura, c. 3. -- In loc. -- Vid. Ignat Epist. ad Smyrn. p. 2. Et ad Tralles. p. 51, 52, Ed. Voss. & Tertull. praescript. Haeretic. c. 46. & August. de Hatter. c. 1. 2, 3, 4. & Danaeum in ib. -- See his words in Grotius de V. R. Christ. 50:1. p. 16. -- Arrowsmith in John 1:1. -- Vid. Laert. vit. philosoph. 50:3. in vita Platonis. -- NOUMHNIOS puqagorikosofov oJ ajpameutwnov dia>noian hjlegxon, wJv ejk tw~n mwsa`ikw~n bibli>wn ta< peri< qeou~ ki< kosmou ajposulh>sasan dio< ki< fhsi< ti< ga>r ejvi Pla>twn h] Mwsh~v ajttikizwn . Hesych. Miles. de philosophis, p. 50. -- Many instances of this kind may be seen in Rittangel. in lib. Jetzira, p. 84. 85, 86, etc. And Allix's judgment of the Jewish church, c. 12. -- O de< ku>ri>ov mou~ qei~ov lo>gov presbu>tero>v ejsin w+ prosei~na tou~to aJnagkh ki< piseu>ein kalonw|. Philo Leg.

    Allegor. 1. 2. p. 101. -- Ibid Leg. Allegor. 50:2. p 93. Endu>atav de< oJ me>n presbu>tatov tou~ Lo>ov wJv ejsqh~ta tosmon . Ibid. de prosegis, p. 466. -- Spou>daze kosmei>sqai kata< togonon ajutou~ Lo>gon togov de< tou~ Qeou~ uJpera>nw panto>v ejsi tou~ ko>smou ki< presbu>tatov ki< genikw>tatov tw~n o]sa ge>gone . Ibid. Leg. Allegor. 50:2. p. 93. O Lo>gov oj presqu>terov tw~n ge>nesin ejilhfo>twn .

    Ibid. de mieratione Abraham, p. 389. -- Aidiov Lo>gov . Ibid. de Plant. Noe, p. 217. -- Skia< Qeou~ de< oJ Lo>gov ajurou~ w+| kaqa>per ojrga>nw proscrhsa>menov ejkosmopoi>ei . Ibid. Leg. Allegor. 1. 2. p. 79. And elsewhere, speaking of the most ancient Word, whom the Governor of the universe uses as a rudder to steer and direct all things, he adds; Crhsa>menov ojrga>nw tou>tw protion tw~n ajpoteloume>nwn su>sasin . Ibid. de Migratione Abraham. p 389. -- Dh~lon de< o]ti ki< hJ ajrce>tupov sfreagismon nohtotupon para>deigma ijdei>a tw~n ijdew~n oJ Qeou~ Lo>gov , Ibid. De mundi opisicio, p. 5. -- Ibid. p. 4. -- Ako>louqon ou=n th~v ajnqrw>pou yuch~v kata< to>n ajrce>tupon tou~ ajitiou Lo>gon ajpeikonisqei>shv . Ibid. De plantatione Noe, p. 217. Vid. I b. Leg. Allegor. 1. 2. p. 79. Et de mundi opisicio, p. 31. -- Leg. Allegor. 50:1. p. 44. Et de Temulentia, p. 244. -- R. Sol. Jarchi in loc. -- Bereshit Rabba, fol. 1. 3. Echa Rabbati, fol. 50. 2. -- Philo de mundi opisicio, p 6. -- Ena ki< tonoi pate>ra ouj qnhtonaton a]nqrwpon Qeou~ o\v tou~ ajndiou Lo>gov w[n ejx ajna>gkhv ki< ajuto>v ejsin a]fqartov , Philo de consus. ling. p. 326. -- Pag. 3-41. -- Meta< tou~to ejpi< th~v gh~v w[fqh ki< ejn toi~v ajnqrw>poiv sunanevrafh . Baruch,3.37. ft96 -- Tou~ton metaton uiJoteile pathrwqi prwto>gonon wjno>mase ki< oJ gennh qeintoi mimoumenov tagmata Ajrce>tupa ejkei>nou ble>pon ejmo>rfou ei]dh . Philo de consusling p. 229. Which is very much like what the evangelist John s ays of the Son of God, in John 5:19. -- Bilibra veritatis, etc. Contr. Rittangel. Ed. Freistad. 1700. ft98 -- Gomarus in Luke 1:2. and in John 1:1. and in Hebrews 4:13. and Arrowsmith in <430101>John 1:1. ft99 -- Parati>qemai significat in genere, patrocinio, cusae, ac tutelae alterius aliquid commendare. Beza. -- Vid. Arrowsmith in <430101>John 1:1. and Gomarus in id. and in Luke 1:2. and in Hebrews 4:12. -- Arrowsmith, ib. Gomarus in id. and in Hebrews 4:12. And Dr.

    Owen in Hebrews 4:12 -- Arch~v me]n ou+n ki< ajgaqo>thtov tw~n duna>mewn ta< ceroubimbolk Lo>gou de< thnhn rJomfai>an Oxukinhto>taton gagov , etc. Philo de cherubim, p. 112. -- w=| tomei~ tw~n sumpa>ntwn ajutw~| Lo>gw| o\v eijv ththn ajkonhqeijv ajkmhpote lh>gei ta< ajisqhta< pa>nta ejpeidwcre tw~n ajtomwn ki< legome>nwn ajmerw~n diexe>lqh Palin ajpo< tou>twn ta Lo>gw| qeorhta< eijv ajmuqh>touv ki< ajperigra>fouv moi>rav a]rcetai diairei~n ou=tov oJ tomeu Quis rerum divin. Haeres. p. 499. -- Outw ki< oJ qei~ov Lo>gov ojxuderke>sato>v ejsin wJv panta< ejfora~n e+inai iJkanoav a]xia kato>yontai - ti gaou Lo>gou . Ibid. Leg Allegor. 50:2. p. 92. -- Tw~| de< ajrcagge>lw ki< presbuta>tw Logw dwreareton e[dwken oJ ta< w[a gennh>sav pathriov sanh tou~ pepoihkotov O d ajutothv me>n ejsi tou~ qnhtou~ kerai>nontov a>ei< pronov prokoon . Ibid. Quis return divin Haeres. p. 509. -- Oti oJ proqeian ajrciereunumov ajmetokov aJmarthmatwn ejsigomen gaa oujk a]nqrwpon ajlla lo>gon qei~on e=inai epian oujk eJkousinon ajlla< kai< ajkousi>wn ajdikhmatwn ajme>tocon De profegis, p. 466. -- Lo>gov ouj rJhtodhv ouj garqou fw>nhma ajll ejnergei>av qei`kh~v oujsi>a gennhth<. Ignat. Major Epist. ad Magnes. Ex ajrch~v gadiov w]n e+icen ajutowv logiko Ecwn ou~n oJ Qeogon ejndia>qeton ejn toi~v ijdioiv splagcnoiv ejgennhsen ajutoav ejxeruxa>menov pro< tw~n o\lwn . Theophilus Antioch ad Autolyc. 50:2. p. 88. Ed. Paris. Alhqei>a dihgei~tai togon toqeton ejn kardia Qeou~ . Idem, p. 100. Autogov o\v h+n ejn ajutw~ uJpe>shse qelhmati de< th~v ajplo>thtov wjutou~ prophda~ lo>gov . Tatian. Contr. Gentes, p. 145. Ed. Paris. -- Some in Justin Martyrs time called him the Word, for this reason Epeidh< ki< taav fe>rei toi~v ajnqrw>poiv .

    Dialog. cum Tryph. p. 358. Ed. Paris. Theophilus of Antioch, calls him lo>gov profo>rikov , ad Autolyc. 1. 2. p. 100. Tou~ton togon ejge>nnhse proforiko[n prwto>tokon pa>shv kti>sewv ouj kenwqeiv tou~ lo>gou ajlla< lo>gon gennh>sav ki< tw~| lo>gw| ajutou~ diapantogov, oujk ou+toriko Stromat. 1. 5. p. 547. Ed. Sylburg. Let it he observed, that those writers who have used these phrases, did not design them in the same sense, which the Sabellians do, as the lo>gov was a mere attribute, and not a real person. -- See the Targums of Onkelos and Jonathan, in Genesis in. 3. and of Jersualem in ver. 3. -- Vid. Buxtorf. Lexic. Heb. in Rad. hyh . -- Crelsius de Deo & ejus attributis, c. xi. p. 80. -- Enjedin. Explic. loc. V.& N. Test. p. 25. In which he is contradicted by Crellius, lb. p. 83, 84, 85. -- Dr. Clarke's scripture doctrine of the Trinity, N. 534, -- Ibid No, 540. -- See my book of the prophecies of the Old Testament, respecting the Messiah, considered, etc. c. 13:p. 200, 201, etc. -- Dr Clarke's scripture-doctrine of the Trinity, No. 539. -- Dr. Clarke's commentary on 40 select texts, etc. p. 80. -- This is the right interpretation of the text, if we only grant. that the accent (which were all added to the words long since the apostles days) is misplaced; and that instead of prwto>tokov , the first born, it should have been prwtoto>kov , the first bringer forth, or former of every creature. This alone will make the sense of the words clear and plain, and free them from all the difficulties which have arose from this mistake. Bedsore's Scripture Chronology, p. 163. in the margin. To which I would only add, That this sense of the word makes the apostle's reasoning in the following verse to appear with much more beauty, strength and force. -- Ib. ver. 41. -- Socinismus profligatus, Artic 2. Controv. 6. p. 201. -- Enjedin. Explic. loc. V. & N. Test. p. 178, 179. Cateches. Racov. de persona Christi, c. 1. p. 105. -- Socinus, Smaldus & alii. -- Socinus, Smalcius. Vid . Smiglecium de Christo vero, etc. c. 5. & 9. Et Calov. Socinism. prosligat. Attic. 2. Controv. 5. de 6. -- Cateches. Racov. de persona Christi, c. I. p. 48. Volkelius de vera Religione, 50:3. c, 1. p. 38. Enjedini Explic. loc, p, 203, 261. Schlicting in Hebrews 1:1. p. 16. Ed. Racov. -- Smiglecius de Christo vero naturali Dei filio, c. 1. p. 24, 28. Calov.

    Socinism. Profligat. Art. 2 Controv. 7. P. 207, 208. Stegmanni Photinianismus, Disp. 16. p. 180. Maresii Hy-dea Socinianismi, Tom. 2. p. 6. -- The great concern of Jew and Gentile, etc. p. 42. -- "The truth as it is in Jesus, etc. . 10. p. 21. p. 47. P. 45. -- John 14:16,17,26 and 15:26 Ephesians 1:17 and 2:14, -- See Dr. Owen on the Trinity, p. 27. -- Sic & Apostolus de utraque ejus substantia docet: Qui factus est, inquit, ex femine David, hic erit homo & filius hominos; qui desinitus est filius Dei secundum spiritum, hic crit Deus & sermo, Dei filius:

    Videmus duplicem statum, non consurum sed conjunctum in una persona, Deum & hominem, Jesum. Tertullian. adv. Praxeam, c. 27.

    Plhnai kata< sathta. Koinou~ gapou dida>skwn sugte>neian, ouj le>gw tou~ dei~nov oj dei>na kata< sa>rka ui~oTheodoret. Dialog. 1. p. 46. Ed. Strigel. -- Kai< Mwsh~v me>ntoi thsav tou~ ajgennh>tou, fhsimati ajutou~ ojmh~, oujci< ajutw~| Ikanogw| Qeo>w. Philo Leg. Alleg. 1. 2. p. 99. -- Spoidaze kosmei~qai kata togonon ajutou~ Lo>gon Id. de consus. ling. p. 341. -- Wv poimekhn ki< no>mon provhsamenov togou prwto>gonon ui\on Id. De agricultura, p. -- O mesmoterov uiJoteron tou>tou oujde>na e+ipe nohtown de ajxiw>sav para< eJautw~| katame>nein dienoh>qh Id.

    Quod Deus fit immutab. p. 298. -- Tou~ton metaton uiJon oJ tw~n o]ntwn ajne>teile pathrwqi prwto>gonon wjno>mase. Id. de consus, ling. p. 329. -- Anagkai~on gasmou patri< paraklh>tw crh~sqai teleiota>twthn ajrethnnhtov wJv oJ Qeo>v w]n ou]te gennhtomen ku>rion pate>ra kuri>ou mou~ mh< ejgkatalipeu~ me< ejn hJme>ra qliyewv. Ecclesiat,. c. li. v,. 14. -- Ver. 7. -- Talmud Sanhed. fol. 98. col. 2. Pesachim, fol 54. 1. Nedarim, fol. 39. 2. Bereshit Rabba, fol. 12. Echa Rabbati, fol. 50. 2. -- In Buxtorf. Lex. Rad. yn . -- Vid. Calov. Socinism. Proflig. Art. 2. Controv. 9 p. 211. -- Ov ge tou~ ijdi>ou uiJou~ oujk ejfei>sato Romans 8:32 -- ToRomans 8:3 -- Pate>ra i]dion , John 5:13. -- Vid. Calov. Socinism. proflig. Art. 2. Controv. 6, & 8. p. 201, 209. -- Videmus enim nomina illa, Messias, rex Israelis, filius Dei in illis locis (nempe Matthew 16:16. John 1:49 & 11:27. Matthew 26:63. John 20:31.) quodam, modo ijsadunamou~nta , i.e. tandem significandi vim lubere, ut qui unum novit, alia quoque noverit. Tali enim modo secunda persona in ordine & ske>sei ad primam, Deitatem suam per opera oeconomica de-monstravit, quo filius potest in ordine ad patrem suum. Roell. De generatione filii, Dissirt. 1. p. 42. p. 43. gid.

    Etiam Dis-sert. 2. p. 105. p. 133. -- Ratio erga car secunda persona Deitatis vooetur filius Dei, meo judicio, petenda est, non ex divina ejus natura simpliciter, sed quatenus humanam sibi conjunxit, & in ea divinae gloriam demonstrare voluit, operibus iis, quae secundum oeconomiam peragere debebat ut Mediator generis humani, Id. Dissert. 2. 105. p. 133. -- Probatur aeternitate secundae personae proculdubio nihil aliud aeterna ejus generatio significare potest quam aeternam na-turae ejusdem communionem & cum prima coexistentiam. Id. Dissert. 1. . 32. p. 34. -- Quod nomina ilia (nempe, pater & filius) significent praecipue & in emphasi communionem ejusdem naturae, verum ira, ut moduae quoque, quo eam manisestare voluit sacrosancta Trinitas per admirandam illam personarum, in operibus imprimis re-demptionis humani generis, oteonomian respiciant & ad eum singularem ske>sin habeant. Id. . 40. p. 40. -- Quod vero vocabulum filius Dei aliquando in scriptis novi Testamenti idem valeat significatione, quod vocabulum Messiassive Christus, John 1:50. Matthew 16:16. Id inde ortum est, quod Judaei considerarent, cum qui Psal. 2:2. Messias voca-tur, deinceps vocari filium Dei. Inde est, inquam, quod phra-tin silii Dei s aepe acceperint pro Messia. Sed inde minime ar-gui potest, ex Mediatorio Christi officio, petendam esse ratio-nem, cur secunda persona vocatur filius Dei. Id tantum inde colligi potest, quod Messias debuerit esse & demonstrari Dei fi-lius. Non vero illud, quod ideo Dei filius vocandus erat, quod sit Messias sive Redemptor generis humani. Vitringat Epilog. Disput. de generatione filii contr. Roell. . 28. p. 45. -- "Quarum refutationi subjunxeram absurda, quibus gravantur. I.

    Generare in patre idem esse & notare secundum intentionem spiritus sancti, quod generari in filio. 2. Vocem patris in persona prima idem notate, quod eam filii notat in secunda. 3. E- am personam, quae nunc dicitur pater, potuisse dictam esse fili-um, & quae nunc dicitur filius, potuisse esse dictam patrtem. 4. Addo nunc personam secundam aeque posse dici patrem primae, ac prima dicitur pater secundae. Id. p. 3, 4. -- Ut ingenue loquar, non video, quid in eo difficultatis tandem esse possit, si dicamus, potuisse forte: Nescio, enim hoc, & non nili de perceptis & notis judicare licet: Potuisse, inquam, forte, si visum isa Deo suiffet, fieri, ut quae perform nunc pater vocatur, filiu, vocata fuisset. Rodl. De generatione filii, Dis-sert. 2. . 39. p. 40. -- Prima persona esr demonstrata esse Pater; secunda persona est demonstrata & manisestata esse filius patris; tertia persona eli demonstrata & manifestata esse spiritus patrit & filii in re-demptione generis humani; sed haec demonstratio & manifestatio non est cautsa, cur prima perfona pater, s ecunda filius, & tertia spiritus vocata est; nisi enim jam ante illam manifistationem suae oeconomiae suiffent pater, filius & spiritus f. non potuissent tres illae personae, ut tales manifestari & demonstrari: s i vero jam ante illam manifestationem fuerunt pater, filius, & spiritus, s e-quitur evidenter, quod ratio horum nominum non possit vel de-beat peti ab illa manifestatione, s ed ex ipsa natura perfectionum trium harum personarum; tres enim personae s uiffent pater, sill-us, & spiritus, etiamsi ut tales nunquam suiffent demonstratae & manifestatae inter homines. Vitringas Epilog. Disp. p. 42. -- Chap. 28:19. -- See. Huffey's Glory of Christ unveiled, etc. p. 91, 92, 93, etc. ft158 -- Atque hinc est quod illud, tu es filius tutus, Psal. 2:7. ap-plicetur in scriptis N. Test. omni casui; in quo Christus demon-stratus est esse Dei filius. Vistringae Epilog. Disp de generatione filii contra Roell. p. 28. p. 44. -- Vid Wendelin. Christian. Theolog. 1. t. c. 2. Thes. ii. P. 94. Essen.

    System. Theolog. par. 1. Disp. 17. p. 149. -- The great concern of Jew and Gentile, etc. p. 49. -- Alting. Problem. Theolog. par. 1. Probl. 11. p. 52, Synops. pur.

    Theolog. Disp. 8. Thes, 12. p. -- Vocabulam jwr quando tertiae personae applicatur, notat halitum.

    Quod inde constat, quia alias vocatur spiritus oris sive halitus Dei, eo vero emblemate significatur modus subsisendi Spiritus S. Qui eit per processionem naturalem. Vitringae Epilog. Disp. de generatione filii, . 29. p. 46. -- Vid. Hittichii causa Spiritus Sancti, p. 8, 9. -- Vid. Idem, p. 118, 119, etc. & causa Spiritus Sancti victrix, p. 156, 157, etc. -- Ibid. 12:11. -- Ibid. 16:7. -- Talmud Sanhed. fol. 98. 2. Kimchi in Zechariah 3. 8. -- Ibid. 2:33 -- Vid. Aug. de Haeres. c. 52. & Danaeum in ib. They are called Pneumato>macoi , opposers of, or fighters against the Spirit, by Epiphanius, Haeres. 74. -- Cateches. Racov. c. 1. p. 35,. & c. 6. p. 214. Vid. Calov. Socinisn. prosligat. Attic. 3. Controv. l, & 2. p. 219, 222. Sregman.

    Photinianism. Disp. 6. p. 6; 66. -- O de< Ku>riov to< pneu~ma ej in , 2 Corinthians 3:17. -- Si enim qui domino mentitur, mentitur Spiritui Sancto & qui Spiritui Sancto mentitur, menutur Deo: Nulli dubium est, consortium Spiritus Sancti esse cum Deo. Didyus de Spiritu Sancto, 50:1. inter Hieronymi opera, Tom. 9. p. 178. col. 4. -- Hebrews 9:14. Some copies read it, the Holy Spirit. Vid. Grotium in loc.

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