Covenant of the First Church in Dedham: With Some Facts of History and Illustrations of Doctrine; for the Use of the Church

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H. H. McQuillen, 1878 - 123
 

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Strona 104 - ... several towns, parishes, precincts, and other bodies politic or religious societies, to make suitable provision at their own expense for the institution of the public worship of God and for the support and maintenance of public protestant teachers of piety, religion, and morality, in all cases where such provision shall not be made voluntarily...
Strona 80 - Only let your conversation be as it becometh the gospel of Christ: that whether I come and see you, or else be absent, I may hear of your affairs, that ye stand fast in one spirit, with one mind striving together for the faith of the gospel...
Strona 108 - This ordination we account nothing else, but the solemn putting a man into his place and office in the church, whereunto he had right before by election ; being like the installing of a magistrate in the commonwealth.
Strona 109 - ... doth not consist in his ordination, but in his voluntary and free election by the church, and his accepting of that election ; whereupon is founded that relation between pastor and flock, between such a minister and such a people. Ordination doth not constitute an officer, nor give him the essentials of his office.
Strona 80 - Let us therefore follow after the things which make for peace, and things wherewith one may edify another.
Strona 60 - THE CHURCH OF THE FIRST THREE CENTURIES ; or, Notices of the Lives and Opinions of the Early Fathers, with special reference to the Doctrine of the Trinity ; illustrating its late origin and gradual formation.
Strona 99 - That, as to all civil purposes, the secession of a whole church from the parish would be an extinction of the church ; and it is competent to the members of the parish to institute a new church, or to engraft one upon the old stock, if any of it should remain; and this new church would succeed to all the rights of the old, in relation to the parish.
Strona 13 - That the children of the faithful were Church-members, with their parents; and that their baptism was a seal of their being so;" only before their admission to fellowship in a particular Church, it was judged necessary that, being free from scandal, they should be examined by the elders of the Church, upon whose approbation of their fitness, they should publickly and personally own the covenant...
Strona 110 - We consider then the non-concurrence of the church in the choice of the minister, and in the invitation to the ordaining council, as in no degree impairing the constitutional right of the parish. — That council might have refused to proceed, but the parish could not by that have been deprived of their minister. It was right and proper, as they could not proceed according to ancient usage, because of the dissent of the church, to approach as near to it as possible by calling a respectable council,...
Strona 101 - And the respective churches connected and associated in public worship with such parishes and religious societies, shall at all times have, use, exercise and enjoy, all their accustomed privileges, and liberties, respecting divine worship, church order and discipline, and shall be encouraged in the peaceable and regular enjoyment and practice thereof.

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