3 edition of Some friendly remarks upon the present state of the Congregational Churches in New-England found in the catalog.
Some friendly remarks upon the present state of the Congregational Churches in New-England
by Printed at the press of Thomas and Thomas, for the author, by G.W. Nichols in Walpole, N.H
Written in English
|Statement||by Samuel Manning.|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 10782.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||30|
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Get this from a library. Some friendly remarks upon the present state of the Congregational Churches in New-England: originally written in a letter to a friend. [Samuel Manning; James Adams]. Some friendly remarks upon the present state of the Congregational churches in New-England.: Originally written in a letter to a friend.
[Samuel Manning; James Adams]. Some friendly remarks upon the present state of the Congregational churches in New-England. Originally written in a letter to a friend.
/ by: Manning, Samuel, Published: (). The questions were forced upon them by the continuous necessity of adjusting the life of the churches to a rapidly changing environment. Timothy Dwight, Lyman Beecher, Nathaniel W.
Taylor, and Charles G. Finney, who fashioned one great strain of American theology, were not closeted scholars who whimsically spun webs of theological fancy to be.
The attempt to turn the whole book of Psalms into verse for congregational use has had a curious fascination. No one has attained more than very partial success, not even Watts or Keble.
In Julian’s long list of those who have essayed to render the Psalms into English verse, are many names upon which one lingers with interest.
In the United States, the Congregational Church includes the United Church of Christ, the National Association of Congregational Christian Churches, and the Conservative Congregational Christian Conference. Each of these groups is an association of independent, autonomous individual churches.
SPECIAL: Prayer Changes Your Brain in 4 Amazing WaysAuthor: Traci Schumacher. The Old Morton House, so called, has long been, and is now the object of considerable curiosity and speculation with those given to retrospective reflection. A few remarks, therefore, relative to its general history, and some who have connected with it, may be appropriate, as accompanying the beautiful poem on the same subject found in another column, written by a grandson of the late Dr.
Full text of "The New England historical and genealogical register" See other formats. They both practice congregational polity and believe that only the regenerate should be church members.
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