BUT two ways of knowing God.-Our notions of spirit all nega-
tive.-Revelation the only rule.-Speculations of the schools
unnecessary.—The general intention of the work.
SECT. I. p. 45.-Texts that prove there is but one God.-One
almighty and omnipotent,-infinite,-eternal and unchangeable.
-One Being to be worshipped.
SECT. II. p. 50.—That there is a divine plurality.--JEHOVAH
and Elohim not properly translated.--Elohim a plural.-
False ideas of it as a plural removed.-The word God not a
proper translation of it.-True import of ELOHIM.-Other
nouns that express a plurality.-Texts which seem to limit the
divine plurality to three.-Difficulties concerning a divine plu-
SECT. III. p. 65.- The proper Deity of the LORD JESUS CHRIST
and the HOLY GHOST proved from express scripture--Name
JEHOVAH ascribed to-Lord in the most absolute sense-Tbe
Dame God.-Rom. ix. 5.' considered. The texts considered
where CHRIST is distinguished from God by the copulative and
-Creation work ascribed to~Inditing revelation--Author of
the divine law-Breakers thereof tempt Christ and the Spirit-
Omnipresence ascribed to-Dwelling in the saints-Holiness-
Fountain of life-Absolute power-Raising the dead-All spiri-
tual and divine operations.-Evidence in scripture language un-