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A second letter to the congregations of the eighteen Presbyterian (or New-Light) ministers, who wrote the late contradictory letter to the Archbishop of Canterbury

A second letter to the congregations of the eighteen Presbyterian (or New-Light) ministers, who wrote the late contradictory letter to the Archbishop of Canterbury

with some remarks on the two performances that have appeared in their defence.

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Published by Printed by Andrew Steuart, at the Bible-in-Heart in Second-Street: 1761. Where may be had, I. A true copy of the genuine letter, with the remarks thereon. II. The machanicks-address [sic] to the farmer. III. The conduct of the eighteen ministers set in a clear light. --All on the same subject. in Philadelphia .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Elder of the Presbyterian Church.,
  • Secker, Thomas, -- 1693-1768.,
  • Mechanick"s address to the farmer.,
  • Presbyterian Church -- Controversial literature.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesSecond letter to the congregations of the eighteen Presbyterian (or New-Light) ministers.
    StatementBy an old covenanting and true Presbyterian layman. ; [Two lines from Solomon]
    SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 9003.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination32 p.
    Number of Pages32
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17694005M

    Through the Committee on Foreign Missionswe send missionaries to the ends of the earth to establish indigenous Reformed churches. But it was the southern General Assembly that first extended official sanction to liturgical forms. The object of predestination is the mass of mankind not yet created, although reprobation is not apart from the consideration of sin. Gray, the second minister in Arkansas Territory, organized a church in Jackson County. They were the nucleus that initially shaped American Presbyterianism. The Puritans felt under attack by both church and nation.

    The roughness of frontier life, its absence of social controls, and the scarcity of social contacts for those living in isolated cabins, made such people very susceptible to uncontrolled displays when they found themselves in the company of large numbers. Doctor Osgoodpastor of the First and only church then existing in Medforddied in December, There were two alternatives, Christianity or infidelity, and there was no middle ground. When we honor them, He strengthens us spiritually. Inthe publication 21st Century Christian reported congregations in Arkansas, with 65, members and 83, adherents. We'll show you this love and concern as you involve yourself with us.

    If it had not been for Joseph Smith and the restoration, there would be no salvation. Some ordinances are essential to our exaltation. On the one hand, the unity of the eternal decree is safeguarded. Many of the divisions were acrimonious and produced hard feelings.


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