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  • ISBN 1171158734
  • ISBN13 978-1171158738
  • Language English
  • Author See Notes Multiple Contributors
  • Publisher Gale ECCO, Print Editions (June 24, 2010)
  • Pages 58
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  • Category History
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A confession of faith. - A summary of church-discipline, showing the qualifications and duties of the officers and members of a gospel church - The Baptist catechism, or, a brief instruction in the principles of the Christian religion, agreeably to the confession of faith.

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Elders were ordained in every Church by Eleelion Excerpt from A Confession of Faith, Put Forth by the . This book is a reproduction of an important historical work.

Elders were ordained in every Church by Eleelion Excerpt from A Confession of Faith, Put Forth by the Elders and Brethren of Many Congregations of Christians, (Baptized Upon Profession of Their Faith) In London and the Country. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy.

The confession was first published in London in 1677 under the title "A confession of Faith put forth by the Elders and Brethren of many Congregations of Christians, Baptized upon Profession of their Faith i. .

The confession was first published in London in 1677 under the title "A confession of Faith put forth by the Elders and Brethren of many Congregations of Christians, Baptized upon Profession of their Faith in London and the Country. With an Appendix concerning Baptism. It was based on the Westminster Confession of Faith (1646) and the Savoy Declaration (1658. Particular Baptists were quick to develop churches in colonial America, and in 1707 the Philadelphia Baptist Association was formed.

By Philadelphia Baptist Association. A confession of faith put forth by the elders and brethren of many con. Philadelphia Baptist Associati.

Put Forth by the Elders and Brethren of Many Congregations of Christians (Baptized Upon Profession of Their Faith) In London and the Country. by Philadelphia Baptist Association. In those things wherein we differ from others, We have expressed ourselves with all c'andour and plainness, that none might entertain jealousy of aught secretly lodged in our breasts, that we would not the world should be acquainted with; yet we hope we have also observed those rules of modesty and humility, as will render our freedom in this re spect inoffensive

The confession was first published in London in 1677 under the title "A confession of Faith put forth by the Elders and Brethren of many Congregations of Christians, Baptized upon Profession of their Faith in London and the Country. With an Appendies concerning Baptism. It was based on the baptism The Toleration Act of 1689. In 1689, The Toleration Act was passed, which enabled religious freedom and plurality to co-exist alongside the established churches in England and Scotland.

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this process the whole round of Christian doctrine . And it is more important still to remember that the circumstances of the several churches are widely different, and the relations they bear to the Standards very diverse, so that the causes of restlessness that are operative in one are wholly absent in another .

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