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Stephen Nye (c.1648-1719)
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A discourse concerning natural and revealed religion, evidencing the truth and certainty of both (Robert and Andrew Foulis, 1752)
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The Doctrine of the Holy Trinity, and the manner of our Saviour's divinity, as they are held in the Catholic Church and the Church of England : with a discussion of two (late) famous books on those subjects ... in several letters to a Peer (London : Jonathan Robinson, 1701)
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An historical account, and defence, of the canon of the New Testament. In answer to Amyntor (London, Printed by J. Darby, for J. Robinson : and A. Bell, 1700)
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Institutions, concerning the Holy Trinity, and the manner of our Saviour's Divinity : being, I. An explication or declaration of the (general and current) doctrine of the Catholic Church, concerning those articles; and a defence of the same, against the Socinians and Tritheists, and an abstract or summary of the XV books of St. Austin, concerning the article of the Trinity and the depending articles and questions; with the clauses of the confession of faith, of the Oriental or Greek Church, that explain also the same. II. A scholastic dissertation, that represents the doctrine of other Latin and Greek Fathers, of the schoolmen, and of the divines of the Reformation. This last from the Latin; but with a conclusion, and notes added to it. The whole an abridgment of the learning on these articles (London : J. Nutt near Stationers Hall, 1703)
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A Third collection of tracts : proving the God and father of our Lord Jesus Christ the only true God, and Jesus Christ the Son of God, him whom the Father sanctified and sent, raised from the dead and exalted, and disproving the doctrine of three almighty, real, subsisting persons, minds, or spirits : giving also an account of the nominal Trinity, that is, three modes, subsistences, or somewhats in God, called by schoolmen Persons, and of the judgment of the Fathers and Catholick Church for the first 150 years : of which tracts the following pages give the titles. ([London], 1695) / added author(s): Thomas Smalbroke, Matthew Tindal
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