In 1650, Ralph Venning published the third edition of Orthodox Paradoxes — Theoretical and Experimental, or, A Believer Clearing Truth by Seeming Contradictions.
The book was printed by “E.G. for I. Rothwell, at the Sunne and Fontaine in Pauls Churchyardand Hanna Allen at the Crown in Popes-Head Alley”
I have modernized spelling and have slightly modernized the language (does for doth).
I Concerning God in Trinity and Unity
1. He believes that which reason cannot comprehend, yet there is reason enough that he should believe it.
2. He believes one God in three persons; among whom he denies not priority, yet grants eternity.
3. He believes in three persons in one God; two natures in one person; and one will in three persons.
4. He believes that God is nothing less than the three persons, and that the three persons are nothing more than one God; that they are one God, in one God, and all but one God.
5. He believes that the Father is not the Son; yet that the Father and the Son are one.
6. He believes that the Father and the Son are not the Spirit; yet the Father, Son and Spirit are but one and the same undivided and indivisible God.
7. He believes that God is in himself and of himself; and yet he believes that God did not make himself.
8. He believes that God is the Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the end; and yet he believes that God had never a beginning and shall never have an end.