The Catholic Doctrine of a Trinity: Proved by Above a Hundred Short and Clear Arguments, Expressed in the Terms of the Holy Scripture, Compared After a Manner Entirely New, to Which Is Added a Letter to the Common People, in Answer to Some Popular Argumen
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MY Bookseller having solicited 'me to republish this little Treatise, I have corrected the typographical errors of the last edition, and enlarged some passages of the work itself.
The attempt of the late Bishop of Clogher, to propagate Arianism in the Church of Ireland, induced me to keep the Doctrine of the Trinity in my thoughts for some years; and I had a particular attention to it as often as the Scriptures, either of the Old or New Testament, were before me. This little book was the fruit of my study; of which I have seen some good eﬂ'ects already, and ought not to despair of seeing more before I die.
Many other observations have occurred to me since the first publication, which I should willingly have added. But some readers might have been discouraged, if I had presented them with a book of \too large a size: and the merits of the cause lie in a small compass.
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