Let Sects and Parties Fall: A Short History of the Association of Churches of Christ in Great Britain and Ireland

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Berean Press, 1980 - Christian union - 229 pages
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Contents

Preface
5
Origins to 1842
13
Early cooperation 18421861
33
Copyright

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Aberfan Alexander Campbell American Annual Conference Annual Meeting appointed Archibald McLean Arthur Brown Auchtermuchty Australia Baptist church became believer's baptism Bible Bible Advocate biblical criticism biblical literalism Birmingham brethren Britain British Churches Burnage came Campbell's Campbellite Central Council Chartists Cheshire Christadelphian Christian Christian Association Church of Scotland Churches of Christ closed communion College Communion question Conference paper congregation conscientious objectors Coop cooperation criticism Daltonganj David King denominations Disciples Disciples of Christ discussion district division Dudhi East Kilbride ecumenical ecumenical movement Edinburgh elders eldership England evangelism Evangelist Committee Faith and Order fellowship Fife Free Church Free Church Federal Fulham G.Y. Tickle Glasgow Glasites Harbinger Harry Langton Higher Criticism Huddersfield Infant Baptism James Anderson James Gray James Marsden James Wallis John John Crook John Davies John Frost John Glas Joseph Smith Kirkcaldy Lancashire Lancelot Latehar leaders Leicester Leominster Liverpool local church London Lord's Lord's Supper magazine Malawi Manchester Mansfield College membership Messenger Millennial Milner minister ministry mission Missionary Mollington movement Nottingham Nyasaland old paths open communion organization Overdale overdraft pacifist Particular Baptist pastor Percy Clark period position practice preaching Presbyterian proposed published R.W. Black resolution Restoration movement Robert Halliday Rodney Street Rotherham Scotch Baptists Scotland Scottish Scripture secretary Selly Oak South Wales Southport suggested Sunday School Sunderland Sydney Sydney Black Testament Testament Christianity theological Thomas Campbell Twynholm Union Committee United Reformed Church unity Wallis's Whitehaven Wigan William Linn William McDougall William Robinson Wrexham

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