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[Asecond treatise on church-government : in three parts: being, I. A continuation of the Narrative of the late troubles and transactions in the church in Bolton: with some remarks on Mr. Goss's narrative. II. A reply to Mr. Adam's answer to my former treatise: in which is shewn the absurdity of his notion that councils are more likely to do justice than the people; as also of the notion that judgment and advice both mean the same thing; as also of his notion of the Negative power. III. Shewing from the word of God the sole right people have to call and dismiss their officers. And shewing, that for ministers to be moderators of church-meetings and negativers, is absurd and incompatible. With an appendix, being some remarks on a pamphlet said to be offered to the churches by the Convention of ministers. To which is added, --The testimonies of many persons in Bolton, to certain facts in answer or contradiction to Mr. Goss's Narrative
AuthorChaplin, Ebenezer, 1733–1822
Description92 pages
PublicationBoston: [Printed by John Boyle, in Marlborough Street]
ContributorBoston Public Library
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