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The first epistle of Clement (the Apostle Paul's fellow-labourer in the Gospel) to the Corinthians : being an effectual suasory to peace and brotherly condescention after an unhappy schism and separation in that church : from whence the understanding reader may receive satisfaction concerning the business of church government, as it stood in the time of the Apostles and after : the ancientest writing the church hath and the only extant to that purpose next to the divinely inspired Scriptures, and being made good use of, may prove a remedy against the breaches and sad divisions of these distracted churches and times. Preview this item
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The first epistle of Clement (the Apostle Paul's fellow-labourer in the Gospel) to the Corinthians : being an effectual suasory to peace and brotherly condescention after an unhappy schism and separation in that church : from whence the understanding reader may receive satisfaction concerning the business of church government, as it stood in the time of the Apostles and after : the ancientest writing the church hath and the only extant to that purpose next to the divinely inspired Scriptures, and being made good use of, may prove a remedy against the breaches and sad divisions of these distracted churches and times.

Author: Clement, Pope.
Publisher: London : Printed for Andrew Crook, 1652.
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Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Clement, Pope.
OCLC Number: 767506125
Notes: Reproduction of original in the British Library.
Description: 1 online resource ([8], 95 pages)

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