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A second vindication of the Lord Bishop of Bangor. Wherein Mr. Law's Notions of benediction, absolution and church-communion, are proved to be destructive of the whole Christian religion, and contrary to Common Sense. And a paraphrase is given upon all the chief passages of Scripture relating to these points. With a postscript, containing, First, some remarks on Mr. Law's Manner of answering objections. And, Secondly, A plain Argument against the Notion of an Uninterrupted Succession of Regular Episcopal Ordainers. In a second letter to a member of the University of Cambridge. By Thomas Pyle, M.A. Lecturer of Lyn-Regis in Norfolk Preview this item
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A second vindication of the Lord Bishop of Bangor. Wherein Mr. Law's Notions of benediction, absolution and church-communion, are proved to be destructive of the whole Christian religion, and contrary to Common Sense. And a paraphrase is given upon all the chief passages of Scripture relating to these points. With a postscript, containing, First, some remarks on Mr. Law's Manner of answering objections. And, Secondly, A plain Argument against the Notion of an Uninterrupted Succession of Regular Episcopal Ordainers. In a second letter to a member of the University of Cambridge. By Thomas Pyle, M.A. Lecturer of Lyn-Regis in Norfolk

Author: Thomas Pyle
Publisher: London : Printed for John Wyat at the Rose in St. Paul's Church Yard, MDCCXVIII. [1718]
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Named Person: William Law; Benjamin Hoadly; Benjamin Hoadly; William Law
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Thomas Pyle
OCLC Number: 744866927
Notes: Reproduction of original from British Library.
Description: 1 online resource (80 p.)

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