The analogy of reason, or the doctrine of the Trinity proved by natural principles. In two parts. Part I. Shewing, how God may be said to subsist in three distinct equal Subsistencies in one undivided Nature of Essence. Part II. Shewing, the proper and distinct Personality of them, in the Deity, or Godhead. By the author of, The ground and nature of human knowledge.
- Author of The ground and nature of human knowledge.
- MDCCXXXIX. 
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