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The Congregationalism of the last three hundred years, as seen in its literature: with special reference to certain recondite, neglected, or disputed passages. In twelve lectures, delivered on the Southworth foundation in the Theological seminary at Andover, Mass., 1876-1879. With a bibliographical appendix. Preview this item
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The Congregationalism of the last three hundred years, as seen in its literature: with special reference to certain recondite, neglected, or disputed passages. In twelve lectures, delivered on the Southworth foundation in the Theological seminary at Andover, Mass., 1876-1879. With a bibliographical appendix.

Author: Henry Martyn Dexter; Andover Theological Seminary.
Publisher: New York, Harper & Brothers, 1880.
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Dexter, Henry Martyn, 1821-1890.
Congregationalism of the last three hundred years, as seen in its literature.
New York, Harper & brothers, 1880
(OCoLC)647446858
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Henry Martyn Dexter; Andover Theological Seminary.
OCLC Number: 3138345
Notes: Head and tail pieces (include facsimile autographs).
Description: xxxviii pages, 1 leaf, 716, 326 pages 26 cm
Contents: The darkness and the dawn --
Robert Browne and his co-workers --
The Martin Mar-prelate controversy --
The martyrs of Congregationalism --
The exodus to Amsterdam --
Fortunes and misfortunes in Amsterdam --
John Robinson and Leyden Congregationalism --
Early New England Congregationalism --
Later New England Congregationalism --
Ecclesiastical councils --
Congregationalism in England --
Things more clearly seen.
Responsibility: By Henry Martyn Dexter ...

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