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“Poland is a receptacle of all religions, where Samosetans, Socinians, Photinians (now protected in Transylvania and Poland), Arians, Anabaptists are to be found, as well as in some German cities.”
“Who would have thought that the old exploded pernicious errors of the Samosatanians, Photinians, and Pelagians, against the power and grace of Christ, should enter on the world again with so much ostentation and triumph as they do at this day?”
“Photinians, and Pelagians, consonant to the articles of the church of”
“Reply Obj. 1: As Bede says on Luke 1: 33: Joseph is called the father of the Saviour, not that he really was His father, as the Photinians pretended: but that he was considered by men to be so, for the safeguarding of Mary's good name.”
“Pannonia there were still some Photinians in 381, and a Photinian named Marcus, driven from Rome under Innocent I, found adherents in”
“On this point they were at one with the Photinians.”
“He, therefore, began by proclaiming toleration to all but Anomoeans and Photinians.”
“Photinians, who speak respectfully of kings and magistrates, but they take away from them their power, and the exercise of it in the administration of justice.”
“These are also of the second sort, who are secretly Photinians in this point, they allow of kings in profession; but they are against the exercise of their power in the administration of justice.”
“The Photinians also say, that the Father only is God, and that the Son is nothing more than a man, and deny altogether that there is any third”
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Terms and phrases from John Owen's (1616-1683) theological writings, to some of which the collective title Pneumatologia has been posthumously applied. Some few of the terms listed herein are Septu...
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