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THE

DOCTRINE OF THE GOSPEL.

A VIEW

OF THE

Scriptural Grounds of Unitarianism;

WITH AN

EXAMINATION

OF

ALL THE EXPRESSIONS IN THE NEW TESTAMENT WHICH ARE GENERALLY CONSIDERED AS SUPPORTING

OPPOSITE DOCTRINES.

BY

LANT CARPENTER, LL.D.

The Third Edition, with Alterations.

That they may know THEE, THE ONLY TRUE GOD, and Jesus Chris: , whru thôd

hast sent. John xvii. 3. But now ye seek to kill me, a MAN, that hath told you the truth which I'have heard

from GOD. John viii. 40.

BRISTOL: PRINTED AND SOLD BY PARSONS AND BROWNE. SOLD ALSO BY LONGMAN, HURST, REES, ORME, BROWN, & GREEN;

AND ROWLAND HUNTER, LONDON.

1823

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UNITARIANISM

THE

DOCTRINE OF THE GOSPEL.

CHAP. I.

INTRODUCTORY REMARKS.

Requisites for any Doctrine to be received as Christian

Doctrine.--Plain and obvious Sense of Scripture.-Person and Office of our Saviour.-Importance of his Sufferings and Death.-Factitious Obstacles to the Spread of Unitarianism.

The New Testament contains a faithful record of inspired doctrine; or, in other words, of the revelation of the will of God, communicated to mankind by Jesus Christ, either directly or through his Apostles. This will be admitted by almost all of those who admit the divine origin of Christianity: and it necessarily follows, that no opinion, however true, is to be received as Christian doctrine, unless it can be directly proved, or clearly inferred, from the New Tes

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