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The Discipline and order of particular churches, no novelty. : Proved from Scripture, reason, autiquity, and the most eminent modern divines. Or, A discourse of the church, in a scripture notion, with her extent, power and practice, tending to moderate the minds of men, toward dissenters in matters ecclesiastical, and to acquit such from the charge of innovation, faction, separation, schism, and breach of union and peace in the church, who cannot conform in many things to the rules, canons, and practices of others. Preview this item
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The Discipline and order of particular churches, no novelty. : Proved from Scripture, reason, autiquity, and the most eminent modern divines. Or, A discourse of the church, in a scripture notion, with her extent, power and practice, tending to moderate the minds of men, toward dissenters in matters ecclesiastical, and to acquit such from the charge of innovation, faction, separation, schism, and breach of union and peace in the church, who cannot conform in many things to the rules, canons, and practices of others.

Author: peace unity and order Lover of truth
Publisher: London, : [s.n.], Printed Anno Dom. M. DC. LXXV. [1675]
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Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: peace unity and order Lover of truth
OCLC Number: 767511465
Notes: Imperfect: tightly bound with some loss of print.
Reproduction of original in the British Library.
Description: 1 online resource (96 p.)
Other Titles: Discourse of the church, in a scripture notion, with her extent, power and practice, tending to moderate the minds of men, toward dissenters in matters ecclesiastical
Responsibility: By a Lover of truth, peace, unity, and order.

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