|Author:||Nye, Stephen, 1648?-1719.|
|Title:||The agreement of the Unitarians with the Catholick Church being also a full answer to the infamations of Mr. Edwards and the needless exceptions of my Lords the Bishops of Chichester, Worcester and Sarum, and of Monsieur De Luzancy.|
|Publication Info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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The agreement of the Unitarians with the Catholick Church being also a full answer to the infamations of Mr. Edwards and the needless exceptions of my Lords the Bishops of Chichester, Worcester and Sarum, and of Monsieur De Luzancy.
Nye, Stephen, 1648?-1719.
[London] printed: [s.n.], MDCXCVII 
"Stephen Nye is generally credited with having had a hand in writing this book."--NUC pre-1956 imprints.
"Part 1" appears on t.p. ; part 2 begins on p. 32.
Reproduction of the original in the Bodleian Library.
Unitarianism -- England.
In Answer to Mr. Edwards.
In Answer to the Vindication, of four Sermons, of his Grace, Arch∣bishop J. Tillotson; by my Lord the Bishop of Chichester.
Of the Trinity; Divinity, and Incarnation, of the Lord Christ.
On the rest of his Lordship's Book; and an Application of what hath been said.
PART II. In Answer to my Lord the Bishop of Sarum, Monsieur De Luzancy, and my Lord the Bishop of Worcester.
On the Letter of the Bishop of Sarum.
The Doctrine of the Pastoral Letter, concerning the Trinity.
On the Account, given in the Letter, of the Incarnation, and Divinity of our Saviour.
Of the Satisfaction, as 'tis stated in the Letter.
In Answer to the Four Letters, by Mr. H. De Luzancy. To the Publisher.
On the Vindication by the Bp. of Worcester.
Scripture and Reason.
His Lordship's Explication of the Trinity.
The Conciliation of Dr. S—th and Dean Sherlock.