Book of Common Worship--1946: 1946 Edition

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Thornwell and others, Fast Day Sermons: On the State of the Country (New York, 1861), 83, 86. 3 For examples see Church Intelligencer, Raleigh, July 12, 1860; North Carolina Christian Advocate, Raleigh, July 31, 1860; Southern Baptist, Charleston, August 4, 1860; Tennessee Baptist, Nashville, August 11, 1860; North Carolina Presbyterian, Fayetteville, October 20, 1860. 4 Minutes of the Thirty‐Eighth Annual Session Alabama Baptist State Convention, Tuskegee, November 9–13, 1860 (Tuskegee, 1860), 11–12; W.

Pages: 408

Publisher: Westminster John Knox Press; 1946 ed edition (March 1, 1978)

ISBN: 0664243320

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