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impracticability of a union between the Roman Catholic Church and the Church of England

Martin MacDermot

impracticability of a union between the Roman Catholic Church and the Church of England

demonstrated from reason and the Holy Scriptures, in a letter to the Rev. Samuel Wix... in reply to his Reflections concerning the expediency of a council of the Church of England and the Church of Rome being holden, with a view to accomodate religious differences, and to promote the unity of religion in the bond of peace

by Martin MacDermot

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Published by printed by Keating, Brown, and Co... in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Wix, Samuel, -- 1771-1861.,
  • Catholic Church -- Relations -- Church of England.,
  • Church of England -- Relations -- Catholic Church.,
  • Christian union.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby M. M"Dermot.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination68 p. ;
    Number of Pages68
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18616808M

    journey to the southward.—french character of the new-yorkers.—evening visits.—the tariff.—the missouri steamer.—common schools.—successful attack made by the roman catholics upon the system of non-religious education.—connexion between the social institutions and the education of a people.—the astor house.—laxity of church feeling among emigrants.—its cause.—theological. A negative view of Christianity and religion in general We live in a post-Christian society, not only because truly religious Christians are now a small minority, but also because culturally and spiritually our society has almost completely severed any links it once had with the . HISTORY of the CHRISTIAN CHURCH 1 1 Schaff, Philip, History of the Christian Church, (Oak Harbor, WA: Logos Research Systems, Inc.) The material has been carefully compared and corrected according to the Eerdmans reproduction of the edition by Charles Scribner’s sons, with emendations by The Electronic Bible Society, Dallas, TX, Here, in the narrow neck of land between the Chesapeake and the ocean, sheltered by the mild 1 See Macdonald's Jamaica. 2 Macdonald's "History of the Presbyterian Church of Jamaica, L.I." (new and enlarged edition), published since the above was written, labors to show that the Jamaica Church is the oldest existing church of the Presbyterian.


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