4 edition of The works of George Bull, D.D., lord bishop of St. David"s found in the catalog.
|Statement||collected and revised by Edward Burton ; to which is prefixed the life of Bishop Bull, by Robert Nelson.|
|Contributions||Burton, Edward, 1794-1836., Nelson, Robert, 1656-1715.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||7 v. in 8,  folded leaf of plates :|
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The life of George Bull, D.D., Lord Bishop of St. David's: with the history of those controversies in which he was engaged, and an abstract of those fundamental doctrines which he maintained and defended in the Latin tongue. [Robert Nelson] Additional Physical Format: Print version: Nelson, Robert.
Life of George Bull, D.D., sometime lord bishop of St. David's. Oxford, John Henry Parker, George Bull’s most popular book is Michelangelo: A Biography. George Bull has 53 books on Goodreads with ratings. George Bull’s most popular book is Michelangelo: A Biography.
The Works Of George Bull, D.d., Lord Bishop Of St. David's, Volume 5, Part 1 by. George Bull, Edward Burton, Robert Nelson. avg rating — 0 :// George Bull was made Knight Commander of the Order of St Gregory inand was awarded the order of the Sacred Treasure, Gold rays with Neck Ribbon (Japan) in Librarian Note: There is more than one author in the Goodreads database with this :// George Bull’s theological work was often controversial, and Bull pushed his readers to deeply consider the idea and manifestation The works of George Bull the Trinity.
Of his four major theological works, written in Latin, three discuss the Trinity in depth. They provide a probing look into the disciplines and practices of the early Church Fathers, and examine the idea of divine justification in a new :// Memoirs of the Life and Works of D.D.
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