3 edition of An exposition of the memorial of sundry presbyters of the Protestant Episcopal Church found in the catalog.
An exposition of the memorial of sundry presbyters of the Protestant Episcopal Church
William Augustus Muhlenberg
|Statement||by One of the memorialists|
|Series||Selected Americana from Sabin"s Dictionary of books relating to America, from its discovery to the present time -- 23458|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||84|
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Get this from a library. An exposition of the memorial of sundry presbyters of the Protestant Episcopal Church: presented to the House of Bishops during the general convention of said church, [William Augustus Muhlenberg; Episcopal Church.
House of Bishops.]. The primitive church compared with the Protestant Episcopal Church of the present day: being an examination of the ordinary objections against the church in doctrine, worship, and government, designed for popular use ; with a dissertation on sundry points of theology and practice connected with the subject of episcopacy, &c.
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The New American Prayer Book: Its History and Contents. By E. Clowes Chorley, D.D. Historiographer of the Protestant Episcopal Church. New York: Macmillan Company, Chapter VI.
The Prayer Book of The Book of Common Prayer as set forth inwith sundry amendments and additions, remained in use in the American Church for the long.
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Full text of "The Protestant Episcopal quarterly review, and church register" See other formats. An Exposition of the Memorial of Sundry Presbyters of the Protestant Episcopal Church, presented to the House of Bishops, during the General Convention, An Exposition of the Thirty-Nine Articles of the Church of : Francis Marion Cooper.
In considering sources of the prayer book revision, one or- remembered meeting in the "Memorial of Sundry Presbyters" to the House of Bishops in 3 There Muhlenberg noted Protestant W.
Muhlenberg and the Memorial Movement," Historical Magazine of the Protestant Episcopal Church 13 (), 4Text in Par, Constitution and Canons for the Government of that portion of the Catholic Church known in Law as the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America.1 Though proposed for adoption init failed to pass in the Convention of The revision of the Constitution adopted in.
The book of common prayer, and administration of the sacraments; and other rites and ceremonies of the church, according to the use of the Protestant Episcopal church in the United States of America: together with the Psalter, or Psalms of David.
(Philadelphia: Protestant Episcopal book soc., ), by Episcopal Church (page images at HathiTrust). Conventions or Convocations, together with Episcopal Charges, State-ments, Pastoral Letters, and other papers which may throw light upon the state of the Church in the Diocese or Missionary District, as re-quired by Ca Section II.
A certified copy of the testimonials of. The doctrines of the Presbyterian church are Calvinistic; and the only fundamental principle which distinguishes it from other Protestant churches is this—that God has authorized the government of his church by presbyters, or elders, who are chosen by the people, and ordained to office by predecessors in office, in virtue of the commission.
The New American Prayer Book. Its History and Contents American colonies at the time of the War of the Revolution and the Book which formed the basis of the First Prayer Book of the Protestant Episcopal Church in the United States of America.
Later sundry presbyters presented to the General Convention a memorial setting forth their. Protestant nations are far ahead of the Roman Catholic in popular education. In Germany and Switzerland there is scarcely a Protestant boy or girl that cannot read and write; while in some papal countries, even to this day, the majority of the people are illiterate.
§ Reconstruction of Church Government and Discipline. Aemil Ludw. Inthe Rev. William Levington, founder and rector of St. James' First African Protestant Episcopal Church, initiated a free school which was continued, in connection with that church, until long after the close of the Civil War.
A Rev. Watkins, an African Methodist minister, also conducted a day school in. —The Church during the Dark Ages, the period of Antichrist's glory, and persecution by Papal Rome. And unto Sardis. —The Church in the dawn of the Reformation.
And unto Philadelphia. —The Church in the period of reformation by sects. [pg ] And unto Laodicea. The Protestant Church is fast returning to the heathen ceremonies of the Church of Rome, vieing with her in the observance of "Easter Sunday," etc. By means of Christmas trees, Santa Claus is becoming a greater reality and the object of more affection to children than the Saviour himself.
The first English presbytery within the prelatic Church, as an ecclesiola in ecclesia, was formed at Wandsworth, in Surrey, inand Cartwright drew up for it a 'Directory of Church-Government,' or 'Book of Discipline,' inwhich is said to have been subscribed by as many as five hundred clergymen, and which was printed by authority of.
HISTORY of the CHRISTIAN CHURCH *. CHAPTER VII. PUBLIC WORSHIP AND RELIGIOUS CUSTOMS AND CEREMONIES. The ancient Liturgies; the Acts of Councils; and the ecclesiastical writers of the period.
The archaeological and liturgical works of Martene, Mamachi, Bona, Muratori, Pelicia, Asseman, Renaudot, Binterim, and Staudenmeier, of the Roman Catholic church; and.
In the history of the church's sanctification I don't believe there has been a more valuable extra-biblical resource and tool than the Puritan Hard Drive. It holds some of the most priceless Reformed works of God-centered and Christ-glorifying truth that were ever penned. Most students, ministers and scholars of the Bible would never personally acquire even half the literal number of books.A second characteristic of these representations of nature, and for the church historian the most important, is the reference of earthly beauty to an eternal and heavenly principle, and that glorification of God in the works of creation, which transplanted itself from the Psalms and the book of Job into the Christian church.The publication in English of another edition of the opus magnum of Christian theology is an event fraught with much encouragement.
Notwithstanding the decadence so patent in our present-day world and particularly in the realm of Christian thought and life, the publishers have confidence that there is sufficient interest to warrant such an undertaking.