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Samuel Horsley

(1733—1806) bishop of St Asaph


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(1733–1806),

Bp. successively of St Davids (1788), Rochester (1793), and St Asaph (1802). He is famous chiefly for his controversy with J. Priestley over the doctrines of the Trinity and Christ's Divinity; he defended the traditional view that the pre-Nicene Church was unanimous in its theology of the Lord's consubstantiality with the Father.

Subjects: Philosophy — Christianity.


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