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The lawfulness of separation, from a right constituted church, vindicated

Lover of truth.

The lawfulness of separation, from a right constituted church, vindicated

or, a discourse, shewing, that ... a christian, ... of necessity is bound, to separate from the communion of a church, that hath been rightly constituted. By a lover of truth.

by Lover of truth.

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Edition Notes

Microfilm. Woodbridge, CT Research Publications, Inc., 1986. 1 reel ; 35mm. (The Eighteenth Century ; reel 7891, no.12).

SeriesEighteenth century -- reel 7891, no. 12.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination31,[1]p.
Number of Pages31
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Open LibraryOL16808824M

Smectymnuus redivivus Being an answer to a book, entituled, An humble remonstrance. The ANTIQUITY of ruling Elders in the Church vindicated. The PRELATICALL Church Bounded. JEREMY Thus saith the Lord, stand in the wayes, and behold, and aske for the Old way, which is the way, and walk therein. be of his spirit, they are an. Page 16 CHAP. 1. Concerning the external Order and De∣cency of Worship, and the Authority of the Church in such matters. THat I may give a fair Answer to our Pro∣testant Reconciler, I shall first examine some of his Mistakes, which run through his whole Book, and whereon the whole Argu∣ment of his Book is founded; the removing of which, to men of any competent understan∣ding, would.

London: Ap My dear Brethren, By the Natal journals, which have just arrived, I learn that the Metropolitan Bishop of Capetown has forwarded to the Clergy of my Diocese, and commanded them to read publicly in their Churches, a circular letter, addressed 'To the Clergy and Faithful Laity of the Diocese of Natal,' and signed by himself, the Bishop of Grahamstown, and Bishop Twells. The right to assemble and petition for a redress of grievances, the privilege of the writ of habeas corpus, he says, are rights of the citizen guaranted by the Federal Constitution. The right of voting,or the privilege of voting, is a right or privilege arising under the Constitution of the State, and not of the United States.

Mr. Baxters Baby-Book as occasio∣nally toucht upon throwout this whole volume, So, so far as it pleads infant baptism from its three Me∣diums, Infant discipleship, Church Membership, and right to be dedica∣ted to God, summarily, plainly, and entirely by it self answered p. to Verses EXPOSITION. Mark Instead of the words, into the coasts of Judea by the farther side of Jordan, the passage, by a change of reading from διὰ τοῦ to will run thus: into the coasts (borders) of Judaea and beyond Jordan. Our Lord was now on his last progress towards would appear from St. Luke (Luke ) that in the earlier part of his journey.


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The Lawfulness and Duty of Separation from Corrupt Ministers and Churches Explained and Vindicated () This is from a right constituted church of the most comprehensive treatises dealing with lawfulness and duty separation.

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