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200 Books on DVDROM on the Trinity Doctrine Debate


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Some Burning Questions Pertaining to the Messiahship of Jesus and Christology, Why Jews do not accept them by Louis Weiss 1904

The Divinity of Jesus Christ: An Exposition by Egbert Coffin Smyth 1893

God Incarnate by HT Kingdon 1890

Jesus Christ Our Lord, an English bibliography of Christology comprising over 5000 titles annotated and classified by SG Ayres 1906

The divinity of Our Lord by George Funkhouser 1902

The Person of Christ, the Perfection of his Humanity Viewed as a Proof of his Divinity by Philip Schaff 1880

What is the truth about Jesus Christ? Problems of Christology by Friedrich Loofs 1913

Christology, a Discourse Concerning Christ by Robert Felming Volume 1 1705

Christology, a Discourse Concerning Christ by Robert Felming Volume 2 1705

The Glory of Christ as God-Man by Isaac Watts 1795

Jesus Christ God-Man by John Guyse 1719

Isaac Newton on the Problem with 1 Timothy 3:16 and 1 John 5:7

Christ in type and Prophecy by Anthony Maas 1893

How is the Divinity of Jesus depicted in the Gospels and Epistles by Thomas Whitelaw 1883

The Divinity of Christ by Emile Bougaud 1901

The Divinity Of Christ by Edward Ames 1911

The Divinity Of Christ by Joseph Rickaby 1906

The Doctrine of the Person of Jesus Christ by Hugh Ross MacKintosh 1912

The Humiliation of Christ by A.Bruce 1876

Belief in the Divinity of Jesus Christ by Rev. Didon 1894

St. John the author of the fourth Gospel by C.E. Luthardt 1875

The Divinity Of Christ by A.T. Robertson

Short Reasons for Belief in the Divinity of Christ by a Lady of Title 1843

Summa Theologica Volume 1 by St Thomas Aquinas

Summa Theologica Volume 2 by St Thomas Aquinas

Summa Theologica Volume 3 by St Thomas Aquinas

Summa Theologica Volume 4 by St Thomas Aquinas

The Kenotic Theory by Francis Hall 1898

A Vindication of the Divinity of Jesus Christ by John Baillie 1789

An Appeal to the New Testament in proof of the Divinity of the Son of God by Charles Hawtrey 1794

The Scripture Doctrine of the Divinity of our Lord Jesus Christ by John Mitchel 1828

Jehovah-Jesus: The Oneness of God: the True Trinity by Robert D Weeks - 1880

Jehovah-Jesus by Thomas Whitelaw - 1913

The Doctrine of the Holy Trinity, and the manner of our Saviour's Divinity, as they are held in the Catholic Church and the Church of England by Stephen Nye 1701

Why God became Man by Leslie Walker 1921

An Examination of Mr. Robinson of Cambridge's Plea for the Divinity of our Lord Jesus Christ by T. Lindsey 1785

The Safe Side, a Theistic Refutation of the Divinity of Christ by Richard Mitchel 1893

Jehovah-Jesus: Scripture studies of seven sayings of our Lord in the Gospel by Alexander Macleod Symington - 1876

Jehovah Elohim. Trinitarian and unitarian sermons by Edward John Turnour - 1831

Remarks on the uses of the definitive article in the Greek text of the New Testament By Granville Sharp

A Vindication of Certain Passages - an Address to Granville Sharp by Calvin Winstanley

1 JOHN V. 7 AND LUTHER’S GERMAN BIBLE By Ezra Abbot [From the Christian Intelligencer for May 15, 1879]

ON THE CONSTRUCTION OF TITUS II. 13 by Ezra Abbot 1881

ON THE CONSTRUCTION OF ROMANS IX. 5. by Ezra Abbot

Ezra Abbot on Acts 20:28

A discussion among upwards of 250 theological inquirers by Ranley 1864
"REV. J. SUCKLING. Has anyone, Mr. Chairman, yet broached the Three heavenly Witnesses? What can the Unitarians make of that formidable and unanswerable Text ?
Chairman, The Three heavenly Witnesses have not been introduced, Mr. Suckling; though, of course, familiar to all present.
SUCKLING. Well then, I put it to the Unitarians to say, what possesses them, to deny the Trinity of the Father, Son, and Holy Ghost, so plainly made known in the New testament.
REV. H. BROOKE. I peremptorily deny, that any mention whatever is made of the incongruous Trinity in the Bible ; I also deny that any mention is made in the New testament of the so called Three heavenly Witnesses, to which Mr. Suckling so confidently alludes.
SUCKLING. Do you hear that, Mr. Chairman ?
Chairman. Yes, Sir; distinctly.
SUCKLING. Why, Sir, it is the very cornerstone of the rock of my faith! I rest my belief of the holy Trinity, on that very foundation; on that very emphatic text.
MR. S.WESLEY. Then, we shall soon make aUnitarian of you, Mr. Suckling; for, instead of rock, you will find your foundation is resting on sand, which we shall speedily wash away from under you. [Hear, hear!]
SUCKLING. My foundation, Sir, rests on God's own Word —
There are Three that bear record in heaven ; the Father, the Word, and the Holy Ghost: and these Three are One".
This text is my proof, my incontestible proof, of the holy, blessed, and glorious Trinity; "which Faith, except one do keep whole and undefiled, without doubt, he shall perish everlastingly!"
G. CANNING, ESQ. I hope not, Mr. Suckling ; as I can never again believe in the Trinity, be the peril what it may. Happily, no mention is made of your pagan Trinity in either the Jewish or Christian scriptures; nor does any such popish and self-contradictory text as you pretend to quote, form part or parcel of the New covenant — the Christian's special guide. I presume,
Mr. Chairman, the reason for its not having been brought forward at an earlier stage of the Discussion, arose from the general conviction among our Trinitarian friends, that the passage is spurious — an interpolation, abominable falsification of the Scriptures, not to be found in any accredited Manuscript; a gross imposition on the credulity of mankind! and I trust Mr. Suckling may be the only religious Instructor present, who attaches any importance to the heterogeneous and foolish words."



The Creative Christ - a Study of the Incarnation in terms of Modern Thought by Edward Drown 1922

The Divinity of Our Lord Jesus Christ from Pascal 1898

Bible Doctrine: A Treatise on the Great Doctrines of the Bible, Pertaining by Daniel Kauffman 1914

The Corruptions of the New Testament by Horace Lorenzo Hastings 1884

The Divinity of Our Lord & Saviour Jesus Christ Demonstratively Proved by MD Talbot 1843

The Divinity of Our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ: Eight Lectures by Henry Liddon 1884

The Christ, the Evidence of His Divinity Reviewed from the Standpoint of a Lawyer by Thomas Jerome 1917

Christ the Divine Man, or Deity Veiled by Edward Heaton 1880

History of the Dogma of the Deity of Jesus Christ by Albert Réville 1905

Our Lord, Belief in the Deity of Christ 1908 by E.F. Karl Muller

Studies in John's Gospel - the Gospel of Christ's Deity by David Gregg 1891

A Vindication of the Doctrine of Scripture Concerning the Deity of Christ by John Jamieson 1794 Volume 2

The Mormon Doctrine of Deity by Brigham Henry Roberts

Is Jesus God? by B.B. Warfield 1912

The Deity of Jesus Christ Essential to the Christian Religion by Jacques Abbadie 1777

Letters on the Trinity and on the Divinity of Christ by Moses Stuart 1834

The Suffering-Man-God or The divinity of Jesus Christ resplendent in His sufferings by Father Seraphin 1905

A Series of Sermons on the Divinity of Christ by Thomas Robbins 1820

The Divinity of Our Lord Jesus Christ Asserted and Proved by Sinclare Kelburn 1795

Twelve Lectures on the Acts of the Apostles to which is added a new edition of Five Lectures on the Gospel of St. John as bearing testimony to the Divinity of Jesus Christ 1828

Contributions to Christology by Emmanuel Bonavia 1869

Some Thoughts on Christology by James Drummond 1902

The Christology of Jesus by James Stalker 1899

Christology of the Old Testament by Ernst Wilhelm Hegstenberg Volume 1 1836

Christology of the Old Testament by Ernst Wilhelm Hegstenberg Volume 2 1836

Christology of the Old Testament by Ernst Wilhelm Hegstenberg Volume 3 1836

Christology, a dogmatic treatise on the Incarnation by Rev. Joseph Pohle 1913

The Incarnation - a study of Philippians 2:5-11 by EH Gifford and Henry Wace 1911

The Christology in the Apostolic Fathers by Alonzo Stark 1912

The Pre-existence of Jesus Christ as declared in the Old and New Testament by Joseph Alderson 1832

Does Hellenism Contribute Constituent Elements to Paul's Christology by John Bailey 1905

Outline of New Testament Christology, a Study of Genetic Relationships within the Christology of the New Testament Period by John Granbery 1909

The Christology of St. Paul by S. Nowell Rostron 1912

A Critical History of the Evolution of Trinitarianism, and its Outcome in the New Christology by Levi Paine 1900

Christology and Personality by William Sanday 1911

The True Divinity of Jesus Christ by John Barnard 1761

A Seal upon the Lips of Unitarians, Trinitarians who refuse to acknowledge the sole, Supreme, and Exclusive Divinity of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ by Robert Hindmarsh 1815

Tracts in Controversy with Dr. Priestley upon the Historical Question of the belief of the first ages in Our Lord's Divinity by Samuel Horsley 1789

The Soteriology of the New Testament by William Dubose 1892

The Divinity of the Son of God Defended by John Claggett 1719

Jesus Christ, the Word Incarnate - Considerations from St Thomas Aquinas 1904

God as Triune, Creator, Incarnate, Atoner by William Gairdner 1916

The Doctrine of the Incarnation by Robert L. Ottley 1896

The Philosophy of the Incarnation by Bishop Garrett 1891

The Philosophy of the Fourth Gospel, a Study of the Logos-doctrine by JS Johnston 1909

St. Athanasius on the Incarnation 1891

Dissertations on Subjects Connected with the Incarnation by Charles Gore 1907

On the Incarnation of the Eternal Word by Marcus Dods 1831

Emmanuel or The incarnation of the Son of God the foundation of Immutable Truth Michael Ferrebee Sadler 1879

Lux Mundi: A Series of Studies in the Religion of the Incarnation by Charles Gore 1890

The Christian View of God and the World as Centring in the Incarnation by James Orr 1893

The One Christ - an Enquiry into the manner of the Incarnation by Frank Weston 1907

The Incarnation of the Lord by Charles Briggs 1902

The Epistle to the Hebrews: The Greek Texts with Notes and Essays by B.F. Westcott 1892
Great discussion of the LOGOS and prefers the translation "God is thy throne" at Hebrews 1:8. p.24

Who was Jesus by Redford Watkinson 1867

Moses and Christ: The plan of the World's Salvation illustrated by Bible Allegories 1888 by John H Paton

Jesus as Abaddon by Heinz Schmitz



A Reply to Dr Ralph Wilson - Jesus as the Archangel Michael by Heinz Schmitz

The Angel of the Lord: Manifestations of Christ in the Old Testament by William Pakenham Walsh 1876

Arius Slain and Socinus mortally wounded: by scripturally proving a plurality of persons in the Godhead, that Jesus Christ has all the divine names applied to him, and that he is essentially Christ, the wisdom and the power of the Godhead 1792 by Captain Tomlin

Arius the Libyan; a romance of the primitive church by Nathan Chapman Kouns 1914

The Arian movement in England (1913) by James Hay Colligan

The True Scripture doctrine of the holy and ever-blessed Trinity, stated and defended, in opposition to the Arian scheme 1727 by Abraham Taylor

An Impartial View of the Principal Difficulties that affect the Trinitarian, or clog the Arian, scheme, 1721, by Joseph Pyke

A Treatise proving the proper Divinity of Christ: in which the doctrine of the Scriptures, touching that grand Article of faith, is impartially considered; the chief objections against it answered; and the principal texts of the Scripture urged by the Arian and Socinian, are examined; first delivered in five sermons by Aaron Pitt 1719

Select treatises of Saint Athanasius in controversy with the Arians 1900 Volume 1

Select treatises of Saint Athanasius in controversy with the Arians 1842 Volume 2

Select treatises of Saint Athanasius in controversy with the Arians 1842 Volume 8

Select treatises of Saint Athanasius in controversy with the Arians 1842 Volume 19

The Divinity of the Son of God defended, or a solution of Mr. Chubb's sophisms, and a detection of the blasphemies and absurdities contained in his observations on a book entituled, Arianism anatomized: with a full and clear refutation of all the arguments contained in the same observations, and in his supremacy asserted by John Claggett 1719

The Socinian Controversy Discuss'd : wherein the chief of the Socinian tracts (publish'd of late years here) are consider'd by Leslie Charles 1708

Discourses on the principal points of the Socinian controversy by Ralph Wardlaw 1815

Some account of the Council of Nicea, in connexion with the life of Athanasius by John Kaye 1853

Is God a trinity? by the Rev. John Miller 1922

The Nicene Creed by A. E. Burn 1909

A Short Explanation of the Nicene Creed, for the use of Persons Beginning the Study of Theology by A.P. Forbes 1852

The Nicene and Apostles' Creeds: their Literary History: together with an account of the growth and reception of the sermon on the faith, commonly called "The Creed of St. Athanasius" by C.A. Swainson 1875

Faith in the Holy Trinity, the Doctrine of the Gospel, and Sabellian Unitarianism shewn to be "The God-denying Apostacy": in a connected series of letters By William Hales 1818

The Catholic Doctrine of a Trinity
TO "WHICH IS ADDED, A LETTER TO THE COMMON PEOPLE, or ANSWER TO SOME POPULAR ARGUMENTS AGAINST THE TRINITY.
by William Jones 1838

The Scripture-doctrine of the Trinity: In Three Parts by Samuel Clarke 1712

The importance of the doctrine of the Holy Trinity asserted, inreply to some late pamphlets by Daniel Waterland 1800

The Ethnic Trinities and Their Relations to the Christian Trinity by Levi Leonard Paine 1901

A Scriptural Defence of the Doctrine of the Trinity: Or a Check to Modern Arianism by Hiram Mattison 1848

Visual Representations of the Trinity: An Historical Survey by John Brainerd MacHarg 1917

An Essay on the Doctrine of the Trinity: Attempting to Prove it by Reason by James Kidd 1815 (first 570 pages)
 
The Divine Trinity: A Dogmatic Treatise by Joseph Pohle, Arthur Preuss 1911

An Unpublished Essay of Edwards on the Trinity by Jonathan Edwards, George Park Fisher 1903

Questions Awakened by the Bible: Are Souls Immortal? Was Christ in Adam" Is God a Trinity? by John Miller 1877

The Scriptural Doctrine of the Trinity by M W Alford 1842

The Scripture Doctrine of the Trinity Vindicated: In Opposition to Mr. Watts by Abraham Taylor 1728

The Trinity and the Incarnation by Richard Acland Armstrong 1904

Biblical Trinity by Theophilus 1850
 
Trinitarian Sermons Preached to a Unitarian Congregation by William Leonard Gage 1859

A New Plea for the Authenticity of the Text of the Three Heavenly Witnesses
by Charles Forster, Richard Porson 1867

A Defense of the Nicene creed by George Bull, Edward Burton 1852 (Volume 2)

The most holy Trinity by Ebenezer Soper 1853

Critical Essays by Ezra Abbot

Concessions of Trinitarians being a Selection of Extracts from the Writings of the Most Eminent Biblical Critics and Commentators, by John Wilson, (1842)

Statement of Reasons for Not Believing the Doctrines of Trinitarians concerning the Nature of God and the Person of Christ (1886) by Andrews Norton (1786-1853).

God the Invisible King by H.G. Wells (Anti-Trinity) in .txt format

AN APPEAL TO PIOUS TRINITARIANS BY HENRY GREW (1857) in .txt format (works well in wordpad and most text editors)

Seven Conversations on the Trinity (between a Jehovah's Witness minister and a Trinitarian Christian (searchable pdf format)

The Biblical Doctrine of the Trinity by Benjamin B. Warfield (in .txt format, works well in Wordpad)

Studies of Arianism by Henry Melville Gwatkin MA, 1900, 170 page book in djvu format

The following books have different interpretations of John 1:1:

Contents:

A Calm Inquiry Into the Scripture Doctrine Concerning the Person of Christ
by Thomas Belsham - 1817 - 337 pages

Newcome's corrected New Testament 1808

Johannes Greber New Testament



Hermann Heinfetter's New Testament
"In commencing this dispensation, the commans was existing, yet the command was with the God, as the command had relation to a God.

A Critical History of the Evolution of Trinitarianism: And Its Outcome in the New Christology
by Levi Leonard Paine- 1900 - 380 pages
 
Unitarianism the Doctrine of the Gospel: A View of the Scriptural Grounds of ...
by Lant Carpenter

Antitrinitarian Biography: Or, Sketches of the Lives and Writings of ...
by Robert Wallace - Unitarian Universalist churches - 1850

St. Matthew's gospel, with the parallel passages in the other evangelists ... - Page 331
edited by James Stark - 1878
The correct translation is: ' In a beginning was the Word, and the Word was WITH
THE GOD, and the Word WAS A GOD ; he was in a beginning WITH THE GOD. ...
 
The Four Gospels Translated from the Greek, with Preliminary Dissertations
by George Campbell - 1837
Others maintain that QEOS here should be translated "a God was the word.'

The Freewill Baptist Quarterly - 1866
We open to John 1: 1—5, and copy the word for word translation:—"In a beginning
was the word, and the word was with the God, and a God was the word. ...
 
What is the Truth about Jesus Christ?: Problems of Christology
by Friedrich Loofs - 1913 - 235 pages

Discourses on the Principal Points of the Socinian Controversy
by Ralph Wardlaw - 1828 - 550 pages

One God in One Person Only: And Jesus Christ a Being Distinct from God
by John Sherman - 1805 - 190 pages

Unitarianism Defined: The Scripture Doctrine of the Father, Son and Holy Ghost
by Frederick Augustus Farley  1860 - 260 pages

A Discourse on Denying the Lord Jesus.
by Bernard Whitman - 1827
In fact, there can be but one Archangel, that is, one head messenger, and who
dare to say that Jesus Christ is not the head messenger ? ...

The Testament of Jesus
by Edward Vaughan Hyde Kenealy - 1901 - 140 pages
16 John answered them, saying, In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was
a God, and the Word was the sacred Spirit of God. ...

The English Works of Raja Rammohun Roy: With an English Translation of ... - Page 831
by Rammohun Roy- 1906 - 978 pages
1, " the word was a God" ? We may, however, easily account for this inconsistency.
The term " God " in, Exodus is applied to Moses, the notion of whose ...

The Following Books are about Unitarianism:

The Unitarian (periodical) 1834

Old and New Unitarian Belief by John White Chadwick, 1894 - 246 pages

Unitarian Principles Confirmed by Trinitarian Testimonies
by Octavius Brooks Frothingham, John Wilson - 1880 - 588 pages

The Unitarian Review
edited by Charles Lowe, Henry Wilder Foote, John Hopkins Morison, Henry H. Barber, James De Normandie, Joseph Henry Allen - 1875

Unitarian Thought by Ephraim Emerton - 1911 - 309 pages

The Unitarian Miscellany and Christian Monitor
by Jared Sparks, Francis William Pitt Greenwood - Unitarianism - 1824
 
The Unitarian Review and Religious Magazine by Charles Lowe, Henry Wilder Foote, John Hopkins Morison, Henry H. Barber, James De Normandie - 1874

Ezra Stiles Gannett, Unitarian Minister in Boston, 1824-1871: A Memoir by William Channing Gannett - 1893 - 564 pages

The Unitarian: A Monthly Magazine of Liberal Christianity
edited by Jabez Thomas Sunderland, Brooke Herford, Frederick B. Mott - 1897

American Unitarianism, Or, A Brief History of the Progress and Present State of the Unitarian Church
by Thomas Belsham, James Freeman, William Wells - 1816

Our Unitarian Gospel by Minot Judson Savage - 1898 - 282 pages

Tracts of the American Unitarian Association
by American Unitarian Association - 1834
A collection of essays by different authors from the Tracts of the American Unitarian Association, 11th series and miscellaneous series (1827- )

An Historical Sketch of the Unitarian Movement Since the Reformation
by Joseph Henry Allen - 1894 - 242 pages

Manual of Unitarian Belief by James Freeman Clarke, Kate Gannett Wells - Unitarianism - 1906 - 64 pages

Manual of Unitarian Belief
by James Freeman Clarke, Kate Gannett Wells - Unitarianism - 1906 - 64 pages

Early Sources of English Unitarian Christianity
by Gaston Bonet-Maury, Edward Potter Hall - 1884 - 291 pages

Unitarian Affirmations: Seven Discourses Given in Washington, D.C.
by Frederic Henry Hedge - 1879 - 175 pages

Popular Objections to Unitarian Christianity Considered and Answered
by George Washington Burnap - 1848 - 166 pages

The Year-book of the Unitarian Congregational Churches by American Unitarian Association - 1892

An History of Early Opinions Concerning Jesus Christ: Compiled from Original Writers proving that the Christian Church was at first Unitarian
by Joseph Priestley - 1786

American Unitarian Biography: Memoirs of Individuals who Have Been In the Cause of Liberal Christianity
edited by William Ware - 1851

The Unitarian Advocate - 1828

Liberal Religious Thought at the Beginning of the Twentieth Century
by William Copeland Bowie - 1901 - 354 pages

Hymns for Church and Home: And Unitarian Service Book - 1903 - 426 pages

Authentic Report of the Discussion on the Unitarian Controversy
by John Scott Porter, Daniel Bagot - 1834 - 203 pages

Remarks on the Unitarian Belief: With a Letter to a Unitarian Friend on the Lord's Supper
by Nehemiah Adams - 1832 - 175 pages
Reviews of On the formation of Christian character and 0utline of Scripture testimony against the Trinity by Henry Ware

An Inquiry Into the Comparative Moral Tendency of Trinitarian and Unitarian Doctrines
by Jared Sparks - 1823 - 418 pages

The Unitarian Advocate and Religious Miscellany - 1831

A Century of Village Unitarianism: Being a History of the Reformed Christian Unitarian Church of Trenton NJ
by Charles Graves - 1904 - 194 pages

A Half-century of the Unitarian Controversy by George Edward Ellis - 1857 - 511 pages

The New Discussion of the Trinity by Frederic Dan Huntington, Thomas Starr King, Orville Dewey, American Unitarian Association - 1860 - 244 pages

Antitrinitarian Biography: Or, Sketches of the Lives and Writings of Distinguished AntiTrinitarians. by Robert Wallace 1850
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1 comment:

  1. A Paraphrase of John 1:1-18 by Evangelion on http://www.thechristadelphians.org

    In the beginning, there was a pattern for everything.
    The pattern was God’s; the pattern was divine.
    The pattern was God’s from the beginning.

    Everything that exists, came from that pattern. There is nothing that exists now, which did not first exist in the mind of God.
    The pattern is both the source of new life and the meaning of life.
    It is a way of being alive in opposition to death, and death cannot overcome it.

    God sent a man named John to tell people about the possibilities of this way of being alive so that everybody would trust the agent of God, through whom this new life would come.
    John was not this agent, but he taught people how to recognise the one who was.
    The agent of new life was coming into the world.

    To some people, however, this new life is unrecognisable.
    Some who could be expected to see the possibilities of this way of being alive, select death instead.
    Others embrace life. They trust what God has to offer.
    God made this offer to His entire creation. Its source is heavenly, not earthly.

    God is not only the source, but also the meaning of life itself.
    God’s divine pattern was embodied in a man who lived among us.
    No man has seen God literally – but they have seen His only-begotten Son Jesus – the agent of new life, and the representative of God.

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