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" In the form of God, and thought it not robbery to be equal with God ; yet he made himself of no reputation, and took upon him the form of a servant, and was made in the likeness of men ; and, being found in fashion as a man, he humbled himself, and became... "
The Socinian controversy discuss'd: wherein the chief of the Socinian tracts ... - Page 118
by Charles Leslie - 1708 - 366 pages
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The star of the West; memoirs of the life of R. Darracott. To which are ...

James Bennett, Risdon Darracott - 1813
...devising, how I may bring glory to my Saviour, and advance the honour of him, who, though he " was in the form of God, and thought it not robbery to be equal with God," for me and my salvation, " made himself of no reputation, and took upon him the form of...
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Evangelical Magazine and Missionary Chronicle, Volume 24

Religion - 1816
...of him." The pronouns his and him can relate to Christ only. St. Paul informs us that " Christ was in the form of God, and thought it not robbery to be equal with God." Would he say this of a mere creature? Again, he tells us that " Christ is the brightness...
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A View of the Covenants of Works and Grace: And a Treatise on the Nature and ...

Thomas Bell - Faith and works - 1814 - 498 pages
...humiliation, and the exaltation, of the Son. If we ask who, and what he was? The apostle answers that he was in the form of God, and thought it not robbery to be equal with God. If we ask what he became? The apostle tells us, that he took upon him the form of a servant,...
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Scepticism credulity:Socinianism irreconcilable with reason, and the ...

Scepticism - 1814
..." heir of all things ;" a being who, though founci amongst men 4' in fashion as a man," was also " in the form of God," and '«• thought it not robbery to be equal with God ;" " the brightness of his Father's glory," and •' the express image of his person," with...
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A body of divinity...: With notes, original and selected, Volume 1

Thomas Ridgley - 1814
...which seems to attribute to him the divine nature, viz. Phil. ii. 6. where it is said, that he was in the form of God, and thought it not robbery to be equal with God; by the form of God, I humbly conceive, we are to understand the divine nature which he had,...
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A Body of Divinity: Wherein the Doctrines of the Christian ..., Volume 1

Thomas Ridgley - Presbyterianism - 1814
...which seems to attribute to him the divine nature, viz. Phil. ii. 6. where it is said, that he was in the form of God, and thought it not robbery to be equal with God; by the form of God, I humbly conceive, we are to understand the divine nature which he had,...
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Pentateuch. Discourses on the several revelations of ... Jesus Christ, from ...

Samuel Eyles Pierce - 1815
...salvation, came down from heaven." He had a glory with the Father before the world was : he, though in the form of God, and " thought it not robbery to be equal with God," yet having engaged with the Father and the Holy Ghost, on the behalf of the elect, he "...
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Unitarianism Incapable of Vindication: A Reply to James Yate's Vindication ...

Ralph Wardlaw - Unitarian Universalist churches - 1816 - 416 pages
...assuming " the form of a servant." 8. It has been further objected, that if the two clauses, translated " being in the form of God," and " thought it not robbery to be equal with God," (iv /Mgipp ®tvu wragxuv, — and «f% apra.y/jm ^y>jiraro re nvai iffa Qiw,) had been both...
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The Methodist Magazine, Volume 8

Methodist Church - 1825
...as nearly allied to the one as the other : and that he might be equally allied to both, HE, who was in the form of God, and thought it not robbery to be equal with God, emptied himself of his personal dignity, and veiled his essential glory ; took upon him the...
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The baptist Magazine

1819
...dignity of whose person could give sufficient efficacy to his sufferings and death. Therefore he who was in " the form of God, and thought it not robbery to be equal with God, made himself of no reputation, and took upon him the form of a servant, and was found in...
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