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The trinity in unity vindicated, and the following questions answered. I. Which was the highest exaltation of the humanity of Jesus Christ, for it to be so united to the Supreme God (or as the Athanasian creed expresses it, taken into God) as that it, and the Supreme God, which it is united to, do constitute but one individual person; or for it to be exalted at the right hand of the Supreme God? II. When the humanity of Jesus Christ was thus united to, or taken into Supreme God, must it not be again separated from, or taken out of him, before it could be capable of being exalted at his right hand? Together with an ode upon the creation, in imitation of the first chapter of Genesis, &c. By Richard Roots, A.M. rector of Chilmark in Wilts.

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London : Printed for Richard King, at the Prince's Arms in St. Paul's Church-Yard, 1719.

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68,[4]p. ; 8⁰.

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ESTC T51728



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