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A vindication of the Protestant Episcopal church, in a series of letters addressed to the Rev. Samuel Miller. D. D., in reply to his late writings on the Christian ministry, and to the charges contained in his life of the Rev. Dr. Rodgers: with preliminary remarks

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A vindication of the Protestant Episcopal church, in a series of letters addressed to the Rev. Samuel Miller. D. D., in reply to his late writings on the Christian ministry, and to the charges contained in his life of the Rev. Dr. Rodgers: with preliminary remarks

A vindication of the Protestant Episcopal church, in a series of letters addressed to the Rev. Samuel Miller. D. D., in reply to his late writings on the Christian ministry, and to the charges contained in his life of the Rev. Dr. Rodgers: with preliminary remarks

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A vindication of the Protestant Episcopal church, in a series of letters addressed to the Rev. Samuel Miller. D. D., in reply to his late writings on the Christian ministry, and to the charges contained in his life of the Rev. Dr. Rodgers: with preliminary remarks

A vindication of the Protestant Episcopal church, in a series of letters addressed to the Rev. Samuel Miller. D. D., in reply to his late writings on the Christian ministry, and to the charges contained in his life of the Rev. Dr. Rodgers: with preliminary remarks

Source : Internet Archive

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to LATE WKHINGS ON THE CHRISTIAN MINISTRY, AND TO THE CHARGES


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to the constitution of the Christian Ministry, in which the subject was ably discussed* The Church grew, her members became


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Constitution and Order of the Christian Ministry." I formed the determination of replying to this work immediately upon reading it,


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Constitution and Order of the Christian Ministry," and to connect wdth it a brief examination of some of the assertions


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on the subject of the Christian Ministry. The subject is discussed with very great mildness. Indeed, it is not even


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Constitution and Order of the Christian Ministry, in which, not content with branding Episcopacy as the corrupt result of ecclesiastical


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rule, your Letters on the Christian Ministry would have met ^.it]i a very different reception from those against whose opinions


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which your Letters on the Christian Ministry are supposed to be distinguished.


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Series of Letters on the Christian Ministry, you declare the object for which you had taken up your pen to


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In your Letters on the Christian Ministry you assert, in very positive terms, that the Reformers were all Presbyterians in