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" And particular Churches, which are members thereof, are more or less pure, according as the doctrine of the Gospel is taught and embraced, ordinances administered, and public worship performed more or less purely in them. "
A Continuation of Letters Concerning the Constitution and Order of the ... - Page 41
de Samuel Miller - 1809 - 434 pages
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HISTORICAL VINDICATIONS

SEWALL S. CUTTING - 1859
...ought all particular congregations to be constituted. 3. The purest churches under heaven are subject 4 to mixture and error; and some have so degenerated as to become 5 no churches of Christ, but synagogues of Satan ; nevertheless Christ always hath had, and ever shall...
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The Schools: Or, A Comparative Statement of the Relative Position and ...

Alexander Blaikie - 1860 - 59 pages
...same rule, and mind the same things. 13. " Particular churches, which are members of the invisible, are more or less pure, according as the doctrine of...public worship performed more or less purely in them." " Some churches become synagogues of Satan," and are "no churches of Christ." 14. All saints who are...
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The Confession of Faith: The Larger and Shorter Catechisms, with the ...

Church of Scotland - 1860 - 424 pages
...thereunto.» IV. This catholick church hath been sometimes more, sometimes less visible.11 And particular churches, which are members thereof, are more or less...taught and embraced, ordinances administered, and publick worship performed more or less purely in them.1 V. The purest churches under heaven are subject...
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The American Christian Record: Containing the History, Confession of Faith ...

1860 - 696 pages
...taught and embraced, ordinances administered, and public worship performed more or less purely in them. The purest churches under heaven are subject both to mixture and error ; аиЛ some have so degenerated as to l>econie uo churches of Christ, but synagogues rt Satan. Nevertheless,...
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The Reformed Presbyterian magazine. Jan. 1855-July 1858, 1862-76

1867
...the conclusion, stated so well, a century before they were born, in the Confession of Faith, that " the purest Churches under heaven are subject both to mixture and error ; " and " there shall be always a Church on earth to worship God according to His will." They gave up their...
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The Church of the Redeemer, as Developed Within the General Synod of the ...

Samuel Simon Schmucker - 1868 - 281 pages
...not necessary that the same rites and ceremonies, instituted by men, should be everywhere observed.i5 The purest churches under heaven are subject both to mixture and error ;i6 nevertheless, Christ always hath had, and '" Lutheran and Moravian Conf., Art. XVni. 1 Episcopal...
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The Reformed Presbyterian magazine. Jan. 1855-July 1858, 1862-76

1868
...the acknowledgment made in the Confession, which all Free Church ministers have subscribed, that " the purest Churches under heaven are subject both to mixture and error." Taking it thus for granted that Bible truth and Free Church principles mean the same thing, it is not...
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The British and Foreign Evangelical Review and Quarterly Record of Christian ...

1871
...of Christ. The " Catholic Church hath been sometimes more, sometimes less, visible. And particular churches, which are members thereof, are more or less...doctrine of the gospel is taught and embraced, ordinances Difficulties in the Westminster Definition. 47 administered, and public worship performed more or less...
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The Government of the Kingdom of Christ, an Inquiry as to the Scriptural ...

James Moir Porteous - 1872 - 588 pages
...true that ' all believers everywhere are members of one body in Christ ; ' but it is also true that ' the purest Churches under heaven are subject both to mixture and error.' ' The kingdom of heaven ' Christ Himself likens ' unto ten virgins,' ' and five of them were wise,...
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Dissent, in Its Relation to the Church of England: Eight Lectures, Preached ...

George Herbert Curteis - 1872 - 448 pages
...less, visible : and particular Churches, — which are members thereof, — are more or less pure . . The purest Churches under heaven are subject both to mixture and error . . There is no other head of the Church but the Lord Jesus Christ. Nor can the Pope of Rome in any...
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