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nature , in which the divine persons subsist , distinguishes them ; for that nature is
one , and common to them all ; the nature of ... To come to the point ; It is the
personal relations , or distinctive relative properties , which belong to each
19. and indeed , it is the distinguishing criterion of the christian religion , and what
gives it the preference to all others , and upon which all the important doctrines of
it depend ; even upon the Sonship of Christ as a divine person ; and as by ...
THAT the Son of God is a person , and a divine person distinct from the Father
and the Spirit , cannot be doubted ; for since his father is a person , and he is the
express image of his person , he must be a person too ; and he must be the ...
... to prove that he is a Person , a distinct Person , from the Father and Son ; and a
divine Person , or truly and properly God . I. That he is a Person , and not a mere
name and character , power of attribute of God ; which will appear by observing ...
der said , and as expressive of the arduousness of the task , of the difficulty of the
work , and of the necessity of a divine Person to do it ; Who is this that en . gaged
his heart to approach unto me , saith the Lord ? Jer . xxx . 21. to mediate ...
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