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Lay Baptism Invalid: Or, an Essay to Prove That Such Baptism Is Null and ...
Roger Laurence,George Hickes
No preview available - 2016
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Page 150 - of Oxford's Charge confider'd, in reference to the Independency of the Church upon the State. A proper Sacrifice in the Sacrament of the Lord's-Supper. The Nature
Page 71 - would recant their Error, and condemn their *' Separation, and return to the Unity of the ** Church, were, by the Charity of Catholicks,
Page 80 - * of their Clergy would return to the Church^ and *' in Writing anathematize their former Errors^
Page 220 - That they neither know the Truth, nor care to *' learn it; but they contend with them who tell
Page 271 - Invalid. Ex Ore tuo. London, Printed by G. James, for HENRY CLEMENTS, at the Half-Moon in St. Paul's
Page 150 - of the Church of England, and Rector of a Church in the City of London*