Alexander and Rufus: Or a Series of Dialogues on Church Communion; Part I. Vindication of Scriptural Church Communion in Opposition to Latitudinarian Schemes; Part II. Defence of the Communion Maintained in the Secession Church (Classic Reprint)

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Excerpt from Alexander and Rufus: Or a Series of Dialogues on Church Communion; Part I. Vindication of Scriptural Church Communion in Opposition to Latitudinarian Schemes; Part II. Defence of the Communion Maintained in the Secession Church

The plans, now recommended with regard to the union of separate bod ies of professing christians, call their attention to the subject of these Dialogues. For the pursuing of these plans will be either beneficial or destructive in their tendency, according as the scheme of communion which they lead the uniting powers to adopt, is consistent or not so, with the word of God and with faithfulness to his cause. In these conversa tions, while corruption is the native consequence of latitudinarian schemes, scriptural order in sacramental communion tends to make the visible church a heaven upon earth to the faithful, terrible as an army with ban ners to her enemies, and to her King and Head for a name, for a praise and for glory.

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