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Author: Lortie, André, d. 1706.
Title: The scripture-terms of church-union, with respect to the doctrin of the trinity confirmed by the unitarian explications of the beginning of St. John's Gospel; together with the Answers of the Unitarians; to the chief objections made against them: whereby it appears, that men may be unitarians, and sincere and inquisitive, and that they ought not to be excluded out of the church-communion. With a post-script, wherein the divinity of Christ, and of the Holy Ghost, according to the generality of the terms of scripture, is shewn, not to be inconsistent with the unitarian systems. Most earnestly and humbly offered to the consideration of those, on whom 'tis most particularly incumbent to examin these matters. By A.L. Author of the Irenicum Magnum, &c.
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Print source: The scripture-terms of church-union, with respect to the doctrin of the trinity confirmed by the unitarian explications of the beginning of St. John's Gospel; together with the Answers of the Unitarians; to the chief objections made against them: whereby it appears, that men may be unitarians, and sincere and inquisitive, and that they ought not to be excluded out of the church-communion. With a post-script, wherein the divinity of Christ, and of the Holy Ghost, according to the generality of the terms of scripture, is shewn, not to be inconsistent with the unitarian systems. Most earnestly and humbly offered to the consideration of those, on whom 'tis most particularly incumbent to examin these matters. By A.L. Author of the Irenicum Magnum, &c.
Lortie, André, d. 1706.

London: printed, as above mentioned, to be communicated to learned and inquisitive persons, and those who are most obliged to inquire into these points, [1700?]
Subject terms:
Unitarianism -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A49188.0001.001

Contents
title page
Some TEXTS, Authorising the Subject of this Writing.
table of contents
The ERRATA; And some few ADDITIONS.
THE SCRIPTURE-TERMS OF CHURCH-UNION, &c.
CHAPTER, I. The Occasion and Design of this Paper.
CHAP. II. The Socinian Explication of the Beginning of St. John's Gospel.
CHAP. III. A Continuation of the Socinian Explication.
CHAP. IV. The ARIAN System.
CHAP. V. The Answers of the Unitarians, to the Chief Objections commonly made against their Expositions in General; and First the An∣swer, to the Objected Antiquity and Ʋniversality of the Trini∣tarian Sentiment.
CHAP. VI. A Continuation of the Answer, to the First Objection.
CHAP. VII. A Farther Continuation of the Answer to the First Objection.
CHAP. VIII. The Conclusion of the Answer, to the First Objection.
CHAP. IX. A Second (General) Objection, against the Unitarian System, Answered.
An Appendix to the IXth. Chapter.
CHAP. X. A Third (General) Objection, consisting of Four Branches.
CHAP. XI. An Answer to the First Branch of the Objection.
CHAP. XII. An Answer to the Second Branch of the Objection
CHAP. XIII. An Answer to the third Branch of the Objection.
CHAP. XIV. An Answer to the fourth Branch of the Objection.
CHAP. XV. The Inferences most incontestably following from the whole foregoing Discourse, and the Gospel-Terms of Communion.
A POST-SCRIPT.