George Bull’s theological work was often controversial, and Bull pushed his readers to deeply consider the idea and manifestation of the Trinity. Of his four major theological works, written in Latin, three discuss the Trinity in depth. They provide a probing look into the disciplines and practices of the early Church Fathers, and examine the idea of divine justification in a new light. Here, in The Works of George Bull collection, are both the Latin and English versions of this esteemed Anglican theologian’s works, a perfect addition to any study on the Trinity or the seventeenth-century Anglican church.
With the Logos Bible Software edition of The Works of George Bull, you have Bull’s insight and wisdom at your fingertips. Scripture passages appear on mouseover, and all cross-references link to the other resources in your digital library, making this collection powerful and easy to access—a cornerstone resource for any study on the idea of faith and good works of the Nicene Creed . Perform comprehensive searches by topic or Scripture reference—finding, for instance, every mention of “Trinity” or “apostle.”
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George Bull (1634–1710) was an Anglican theologian and the bishop of St. David’s in Wales.