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A letter to Mr. Robert Burscough, in answer to his Discourse of schism, in which ...
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THE WORKS OF JOHN OWEN (ALTERNATE LINKS) (The following files are of mixed quality) Works: vol 1 of pdf) EPUB- Kindle Memoirs of the Life and Writings of Dr. Owen An Appendix Consisting of Letters, Notes, and Illustrations Clarkson's Funeral Sermon, and Indexes Works: vol 2 of pdf) EPUB- Kindle A Discourse Concerning the Holy Spirit. A letter of thanks to Mr. J. T(illotson) Schism dispach’t, or a the replies of Dr. Hammond and the lord of Derry, by S. W. (i.e. J. Sergeant) Solid philosophy asserted against the fancies of the Ideists
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Get this from a library. A letter to Mr. Robert Burscough, A letter to Mr. Robert Burscough answer to his Discourse of schism, in which. [Samuel Stoddon]. Topics: Burscough, Robert, -- -- Discourse of schism., Dissenters, Religious -- England., Great Britain -- Religion -- 17th century -- : Samuel.
Stoddon. 2. 'A Discourse of Schism; addressed to those Dissenters in which. book conformed before the Toleration and have since withdrawn themselves from the communion of the Church of England,' (pp.
This occasioned two pamphlets in reply, and Burscough rejoined by 3. 'A Vindication of the "Discourse of Schism,"' Exeter, 4.
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