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The sacramental stumbling-block removed. Or a brief discourse concerning examination by the congregational eldership, before admittance to the sacrament. : Wherein all contrary scruples are silenced : the equity and necessity of that duty vindicated, both by scripture, and undenyable arguments. Set forth for, 1. The satisfaction of the weake. 2. The information of the ignorant. 3. The conviction of the obstinate. 4. The edification of the Church of God. Preview this item
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The sacramental stumbling-block removed. Or a brief discourse concerning examination by the congregational eldership, before admittance to the sacrament. : Wherein all contrary scruples are silenced : the equity and necessity of that duty vindicated, both by scripture, and undenyable arguments. Set forth for, 1. The satisfaction of the weake. 2. The information of the ignorant. 3. The conviction of the obstinate. 4. The edification of the Church of God.

Author: L. W.
Publisher: London : Printed by James and Joseph Moxon ; for Henry Overton, and are to be sold at his Shop, in Popes-head Alley, 1648.
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Genre/Form: Early works to 1800
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: L. W.
OCLC Number: 607002456
Description: 1 online resource ([8], 42, [2] pages)
Other Titles: Brief discourse concerning examination by the Congregational eldership, before admittance to the sacrament
Sacramental stumbling block removed
Responsibility: by W.L.

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