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goes , the modem . Quakers , ( mean those wbo fcnqw $ ny thing about the principles of their so * ciety ) are more desirous of being accounted Trinitarians than other .
wise ; if pushed in argument , they may evince a little coquetry , but they cannot conceal their partiality to the doctrine of the Trinity * — They do not like the word ,
because it is not scriptural ; but this is the extent of their objection . — Their publications of late years , o # th& subject of their creed , £ wr |} ieii , however , are almost too flimsy and unimportant to be cited
, a& authority ; and prove how greatly , i n ferior the modern Quakers &f $ irj spund judgment and cjassi Sj&l Jiierature , to Barclay an 4 bijs contemporaries ) all tend to up « BoJ d this doctrine ; and though a
Few individuals may be found , of a more liberal turn of mind , it seems just to allow , that the society at large discountenance every opinion that has the least tendency to the doctrin e * of the VfUtaftana-. A . B .
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three places tk * above titlem given la tihe J ^ wijfe prie&t > Aaroo ^ nd hi ^ suc £ e £ sars * ( Lev . w , % 1 ^> ^ ttd vj ^ 3 % , I ) have q » liced tea pa& ^ s ^ es in which Saul is cali ^ d tbc Lor ! % '» onoinitd ; Heb . Jiew * r
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q ( the Messiahy or £ ^ £ wiointed of God * it k » only / jieoefts ^ Jry , : lp turn to th ^ following pA ^ ges , jawl compare th ^ m with lUe He ^ M ^ , k > find his asseriit > r > unfoumted .
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tfeos ^ ready givcnure moire than fcu 6 icM ? nt . la tl * e ftbov ^ i places tl ^ e tXX ha v-e the wor d /^ fi ^ o ^ Tli « m&m English reader jpay d ^^ ct the Bn iii his erroi ., by turning to the psuto&gee quoted aix > ve ; in which he wilt find that ,
m direct contradiction to bi $ ^ m ^ jj ertioi ) ^ other pecans rb ^ ifl& ^ J&r tmuChiht ha 4 t ^ e ti $$ Wf * h tk # A » oini € 4 otG&dtfl ai > d ^ v «» ^ be pr ^ . 94 fliit § . tfeis ta be of JLfee s&me imj ^ rt j ^^ d a ^ o ^ , ^ a |^ i ^ M ^ of t-he tULe ^ th su ^ le ^ u ^ , ^ s
J / n Wright on Mistakes , in Dr . JjL Clarke ' s JSIotes on the Bible . Wisbcach * March & , 1814 . Sir , Among oth « r mistakes in the J } r . * s aotes I was surpnM d to find t ^ followi ng ; because it is difficult to conceive how any person ;^ y hp ha s read the Hebrew Bible CQuld fall ino . them , In bi ^ tipte p « Exod us xxix , 75 % p & 5 seit 5 j IC Ka person ever had t ^ fie title MtasfeacJty thp < a r ^ oiajt ^ d one , bu t J ^ s u ^ ifce Christ / ' . A ad « icfds , soon a&ert . , ^* 01 him M ^ ir chiaedech ; AUtatafem ? A ^ i ovu Ji ^
Monthly Repository (1806-1838) and Unitarian Chronicle (1832-1833), April 2, 1814, page 220, in the Nineteenth-Century Serials Edition (2008; 2018) ncse.ac.uk/periodicals/mruc/issues/vm2-ncseproduct2439/page/20/