Sermons on church government. [electronic resource] : In reply to a discourse on that subject, delivered a few days before, from the same desk, by the Rev. Mr. Ross. Preached at Newtown, December 19. A.D. 1773. : To which is added, a brief view of the Scripture texts, subjoined to some of the most exceptionable articles in the Say-Brook Platform, shewing them to be very impertinent to the purpose of consociated connection and authority. : And also an appendix, in which an account is given of the essential facts, relative to the conduct of the consociated council, towards the pastor, and First Church of Christ in Newtown. / By David Judson, A.M. Pastor of the Congregational Church of Christ in Newtown. ; [Two lines from Paul]

Judson, David, 1715-1776 [Browse]
New-Haven; : Printed and sold by T. & S. Green, near the college., [1774]
55, [1] p. ; 18 cm. (12mo)


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Early American imprints. First series ; no. 13360. [More in this series]
Preface dated: Newtown, Jan. 31, A.D. 1774.
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