Holy Spirit -- Biblical teaching -- Sermons. : The scripture doctrine of the deity of the son and Holy Spirit : represented in two sermons preached at Bristol, March 24, and April 21, 1765. Occasioned by a pamphlet, entitled An attempt to restore the supreme worship of God the Father Almighty. By George Williams, a Livery-Servant. Together with som animadversions on the preface to the second edition of that Performance, by T.A.O.T.C.O.A.D. By Caleb Evans. .
Holy Spirit -- Controversial literature. : XII arguments drawn out of the Scripture : wherein the commonly-received opinion touching the deity of the Holy Spirit is clearly and fully refuted : to which is prefixed a letter tending to the same purpose, written to a member of the Parliament ... / by John Biddle.
Holy Spirit -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800. : Forms the pillars of Antichrist; but Christ in spirit the true teacher of his people; and not tradition: for the spirit of God is not bound to any place, nor time, nor form; we may not limit the holy one of Israel. The spirits teaching doth unmask and unvail the false prophet, or the carnal worshipper, and discovers them to be the agents and agitators of Antichrist. And the kingdome of Antichrist is subdued to us, and destroyed in us, by the Spirits teaching. And to him that is led by the Spirits teaching do I commend these to be received, and not to the naturall mans wisdom; ... / Written in Scotland in opposition to some people who do imitate John the Baptist, by dipping themselves in water, holding out free-will, and falling from grace, and pretend that they are the only disciples of Christ, and reject the Spirits teaching, by one who waits to see the downfal of the kingdom of Antichrist, and the prosperity of Sion, Jonas Dell something in answer to a scandalous paper given forth by W.P. to the souldiers in the garrison of Holmdell in Southerland.
Holy Spirit -- Names. : Horæ solitariæ : or, essays upon some remarkable names and titles of Jesus Christ, occurring in the Old Testament, and declarative of his essential Divinity and gracious Offices in the Redemption of Man: to which is præfixed an historical introduction concerning the doctrine of the Trinity, as it appeared in the World, principally, before the Christian Aera.
Holy Spirit -- Quaker authors. : The lyer and false accuser made manifest and denyed : truth declared that God the father is in and by Christ the son made known and revealed ... : the copy of one letter with 12 queries that were written unto Hezekiah Holland, priest of Sutton in Kent .. : his reply in print received, read, and vveighed and vvith the true light and scriptures of truth reproved and condemned ... / by Thomas Howsegoe of Staplehurst in Kent..