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Communion of churches ; or, The divine management of gospel-churches by the ordinance of councils, constituted in order according to the Scriptures. As also, the way of bringing all Christian parishes to be particular Reforming Congregationall churches: humbly proposed, as a way which hath so much light from the Scriptures of truth, as that it may lawfully be submitted unto by all; and may, by the blessing of the Lord, be a means of uniting those two holy and eminent parties, the Presbyterians and the Congregationals. As also to prepare for the hoped-for resurrection of the churches; and to propose a way to bring all Christian nations unto an unity of the faith and order of the gospel. Preview this item
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Communion of churches ; or, The divine management of gospel-churches by the ordinance of councils, constituted in order according to the Scriptures. As also, the way of bringing all Christian parishes to be particular Reforming Congregationall churches: humbly proposed, as a way which hath so much light from the Scriptures of truth, as that it may lawfully be submitted unto by all; and may, by the blessing of the Lord, be a means of uniting those two holy and eminent parties, the Presbyterians and the Congregationals. As also to prepare for the hoped-for resurrection of the churches; and to propose a way to bring all Christian nations unto an unity of the faith and order of the gospel.

Author: John Eliot
Publisher: Cambridge [Mass.] Printed by Marmaduke Johnson, 1665.
Series: American culture series, 499.3.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John Eliot
OCLC Number: 6730109
Notes: The first privately printed American book. cf. Evans 101.
Reproduction Notes: Microfilm. Ann Arbor, Mich., University Microfilms [n.d.] (American culture series, Reel 499.3).
Description: 1 preliminary leaf 16 cm
Series Title: American culture series, 499.3.
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