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Continuation of Venning’s 1650 book:

II Concerning God the Father

9. He believes that the power of God is common to the three persons; and yet he believes that the Father does that which the Son and the Spirt cannot (be said to) do.
10. He believes that the Father begat the Son; and yet he believes that the Father was not before he begat the him.
11.He believes that the Father is great than the Son, and yet he believes that the Father and the Son are equal.
12. He believes that the Father is the first person in the Trinity, and yet he believes that the second and third persons are as equal as he.