A History of the Corruptions of Christianity
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Book may have numerous typos, missing text, images, or index. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. 1838. Excerpt: ... THE HISTORY OF THE CORRUPTIONS OF CHRISTIANITY. PART I. THE HISTORY OF OPINIONS RELATING TO JESUS CHRIST. THE INTRODUCTION. The Unity of God is a doctrine on which the greatest stress is laid in the whole system of revelation.* To guard * " Those passages in the New Testament in which the Father is styled one, or only God, are in number 17. "Those passages where he is styled God absolutely, by way of eminence and supremacy, are in number 320. "Those passages where he is styled God, with peculiarly. high titles and epithets, or attributes, are in number 105. "Those passages wherein it is declared that all prayers and praises ought to be offered to him, and that every thing ought to be ultimately directed to his honor and glory, are in number 90. "Passages wherein the Son is declared, positively, and by the clearest implication, to be subordinate to the Father, deriving his being from him, receiving from him his Divine power, and acting in all things wholly according to the will of the Father, are in number above 300. "Of 1300 passages in the New Testament wherein the word God is mentioned, not one of them necessarily implies a plurality of persons. "To which may be added about 2000 in the Old Testament, in which the Unity of God is either positively expressed or evidently implied."--Grundy's Lectures, quoted in a note in Bur., nap's Lectures on Unitarianism, p. 38. this most important article was the principal object of the Jewish religion; and, notwithstanding the proneness of the Jews to idolatry, at length it fully answered its purpose, in reclaiming them, and in impressing the minds of many persons of other nations in favor of the same fundamental truth. The Jews were taught by their prophets to expect a Messiah, who was to be descended from the tribe of Judah, and ...