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The Apostolicity of Trinitarianism (2 vols.)
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The Apostolicity of Trinitarianism (2 vols.)

by

J. G. & F. Rivington 1832

Overview

George Stanley Faber’s The Apostolicity of Trinitarianism is a significant book on the nature of the divine unity, and the difference of doctrine—regarding the Trinity—between the Anglican Church and the Catholic Church. Beginning at the first Council of Nice, A.D. 325, and retrogressively working up to the apostolic age, Faber examines the testimonies and documents of the early Church to expound the eanthropic nature of Jesus in the Trinity.

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Interested in more? Be sure to check out Selected Works of George Stanley Faber.

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Individual Titles

  • The Apostolicity of Trinitarianism: Or, the Testimony of History, to the Positive Antiquity, and to the Apostolical Inculcation, of the Doctrine of the Holy Trinity, vol. I
  • The Apostolicity of Trinitarianism: Or, the Testimony of History, to the Positive Antiquity, and to the Apostolical Inculcation, of the Doctrine of the Holy Trinity, vol. 2

About George Stanley Faber

George Stanley Faber (1773–1854) was a prolific author and Anglican theologian educated at University College, Oxford. In 1801 he was a Bampton lecturer at the University of Oxford. A controversial writer, he published over 20 books, most of which provoked discussion and debate.