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when discoursed upon at all, to be examined thoroughly on all sides, by a serious study of the Whole Scripture, and by taking care that the Explication be consistent with it self in every part.
I have, according to the Weight and Dignity of the Subject, considered it throughout as carefully and distinctly as I was able; and desire only that the Reader, when he begins the Book,would peruse it all, and consider seriously every Part, and compare the Whole of what is here said, with other Whole Schemes, before he passes his judgment upon it.
A Collection and Explication of all the Texts
in the New TESTAMENT, relating to the Doctrine of the Trinity.
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SECT. I. The Passages of the New Testament, wherein
He is filed the One or Only God.
SECT. II. The Pasages, wherein He is stiled GOD aba
solutely, by way of Eminence and Supremacy.
SECT. III. The Pasages wherein He is filed God with
fome peculiar high Titles, Epithets, or Attributes ; which, tho’ Most of them indeed not incommunicable, yet in the New Testament are generally, if not always, by way of Supreme Eminency ascribed to the Person of the Father only.
SECT. IV. The Pasages wherein it is declared, that All
Prayers and Praises ought primarily to be offered to Him, and that every thing ought to be directed ultimately to His Honour and Glory
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SE C T. III.
The Passages, wherein the Other Highest Ti
tles, Perfeâions and Powers, are ascribed to Eim.
and Worship, which ought to be paid to
131 SE C T. V. The Pasages, wherein He is declared to be
Subordinate to the Father ; deriving his Being (in an incomprehensible manner) from him ; receiving from him his divine Power, Authority, and other Attributes ; and acting in all things wholly according to the Will of the Father.
The Passages wherein He is represented as the 2 i Author and Worker of all Miracles, even
of those done by our Lord himself; and as the Conducter of Christ himself, in the Principal Ations of his Life here upon Earth.
SE CT. II. The Parages wherein He is declared to be the
Inspirer of the Prophets and Apostles, and the Directer and Teacher of the Apostles in the whole Work of their Ministry.
SE C T. III. The Passages wherein He is declared to be the
Canctifier of all Hearts, and the Comforter and Supporter of good men in the Practise of their Duty.
SECT. IV. The Passages wherein are contained the Cther
Highest Expressions concerning Him in the New Testament.
SECT. V. The Passages, wherein is declared what Ho
nour and Worship is due to Him; and how his good Motions ought diligently to be obeyed, and not resisted.
SECT. VI. The Passages wherein it is declared that He is