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The history of the downfall and resurrection of episcopacy in Great Britain : Wherein is briefly shewn, I. That Bishops are of Divine Institution. II. That there has been a continual Succession of Bishops in the Church, from the Apostles. III. That there were always Bishop in Great Britain, since its first Conversion to Christianity. IV. How Episcopacy came first to be abolish'd in Scotland, and how restor'd. V. Its Downfall in Scotland, and then in England. VI. Its Resurrection in both Kingdoms, and then VII. Again cast out of Scotland. With Many Remarks of the implacable Hatred of all Sectaries to that Holy Order, which they have persecuted with the utmost Malice, whensoever it has been in their Power. Preview this item
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The history of the downfall and resurrection of episcopacy in Great Britain : Wherein is briefly shewn, I. That Bishops are of Divine Institution. II. That there has been a continual Succession of Bishops in the Church, from the Apostles. III. That there were always Bishop in Great Britain, since its first Conversion to Christianity. IV. How Episcopacy came first to be abolish'd in Scotland, and how restor'd. V. Its Downfall in Scotland, and then in England. VI. Its Resurrection in both Kingdoms, and then VII. Again cast out of Scotland. With Many Remarks of the implacable Hatred of all Sectaries to that Holy Order, which they have persecuted with the utmost Malice, whensoever it has been in their Power.

Publisher: London : Printed for G. Sawbridge in Little Britain, and A. Bettesworth in Pater-Noster-Row, [1717]
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Genre/Form: Church history
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OCLC Number: 642493821
Description: 1 online resource ([8], 208 pages)

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