A Clear Account of the Ancient Episcopacy: Proving it to Have Been Parochial, and Therefore Inconsistent with the Present Model of Diocesan Episcopacy. Wherein the Several Pretentions for the Divine Right of the Latter are Fully Examin'd. And Mr. Boyse's Sermon Concerning the Scriptural Bishop, and the Postscript to it are Defended Against Mr. Drury's Vindication of His Answer to It. To which are Added, Some Reflections on Mr. Whiston's Citation of Clemens's Epistle, in Favour of the Pretended Constitutions of the Apostles, Showing that from Their Disagreement Upon this Head of Episcopacy, Those Constitutions Plainly Appear Spurious
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