Theology Great Britain : An end to discord : wherein is demonstrated that no doctrinal controversy remains between the Presbyterian and Congregational ministers fit to justify longer divisions : with a true account of Socinianism as to the satisfaction of Christ / by Daniel Williams.; Williams, Daniel,
Theology History 16th Century Miscellanea : The choise of change : containing the triplicitie of diuinitie, philosophie & poetrie : short for memorie, profitable for knowledge, and necessarie for maners : whereby the learned may be confirmed, the ignorant instructed, and all men generaly recreated / newly set foorth by S.R. Gent. and student in the Vniuersitie of Cambridge.; S. R.
Theology Protestant Great Britain : Gospel-truth stated and vindicated : wherein some of Dr. Crisp's opinions are considered, and the opposite truths are plainly stated and confirmed / by Daniel Williams.; Williams, Daniel,
Theology Study And Teaching 17th Century : A model for the maintaining of students of choice abilities at the university, and principally in order to the ministry : together with a preface before it, and after it a recommendation from the university, and two serious exhortations recommended unto all the unfeigned lovers of piety and learning, and more particularly to those rich men who desire to honour the Lord with their substance.; Poole, Matthew,
Theology Study And Teaching England Early Works To 1800 : Antichristi. Nolumus hunc regnare in nos. Luc. 19. 14. : theses quaedam publicè nuper in Schola Cantabrigiensi à theologiae professore propositae, et à D. ibi doctoribus pessimè vnacum autore acceptae, iaḿq[ue] in tabularm digestae ac explicatae, adiectis etiam certis scripturarum, quibus confirmantur testimonijs..; Whitaker, William,
Theology Study And Teaching Scotland Early Works To 1800 : Theses theologicae. De ecclesia Catholica, quas duce spiritu sancto, / sub praesidio viri doctissimi & clarissimi D. Andreae Melvini ss. theologiae, iusdem facultatis decani, sustinere conabor Ioannes Wallasius F. ad diem 23. Iuly. In Scholis Theologicis Academiae Andreanae..; University of St. Andrews.