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Tutamen evangelicum, or, A defence of Scripture-ordination, against the exceptions of T.G. in a book intituled, Tentamen novum : proving, that ordination by presbyters is valid, Timothy and Titus were no diocesan rulers, the presbyters of Ephesus were the apostles successors in the government of that church, and not Timothy, the first epistle to Timothy was written before the meeting at Miletus, the ancient Waldenses had no diocesan bishops, &c. Preview this item
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Tutamen evangelicum, or, A defence of Scripture-ordination, against the exceptions of T.G. in a book intituled, Tentamen novum : proving, that ordination by presbyters is valid, Timothy and Titus were no diocesan rulers, the presbyters of Ephesus were the apostles successors in the government of that church, and not Timothy, the first epistle to Timothy was written before the meeting at Miletus, the ancient Waldenses had no diocesan bishops, &c.

Author: James Owen
Publisher: London : Printed for Zachary Whitworth ..., 1697.
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Named Person: Thomas Gipps; Thomas Gipps
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: James Owen
OCLC Number: 606638161
Description: 1 online resource ([32], 190 pages)
Other Titles: Tutamen evangelicum.
Defence of Scripture-ordination.
Responsibility: by the author of the Plea for Scripture-ordination.

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