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Titolo: DISCOURSE OF SCHISM:
Casa editrice: University Press, Cambridge
Data di pubblicazione: 1702
Condizione libro: Good+
Edizione: Second Edition.
Shewing, What is meant by Schism; That Schism is a Damnable Sin; That there is a Schism between the Establish'd Church of England, and the Dissenters; That this Schism is to be charged on the Dissenters side; That the Modern Pretences of Toleration, Agreement is Fundamentals and will not excuse the Dissenter's from being guilty of Schism. Written by way of Letter to thre Dissenting Ministers in Essex viz. Mr. Gilson & Mr. Gledhill of Colchester and Mr. Shepherd of Braintree. To which is annexed an answer to a Book intituled, Thomas against Bennet, or, The Protestand Dissenters Vindicated from the Charge of Schism. Bound in the original embosed leather. Spine with raised bands and intact title label. Light cover wear Front cover was professionally reattached. Page edges age toned. Rear free endpaper with a tiny top edge chip. Religion; 12mo 7" - 7½" tall; 207 pages. Codice inventario libreria 13258
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