Matthew Henry: Pastoral Liturgy in Challenging Times

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Augustine, and the Fourth General Council of Chalcedon, ALL which make reference to St. English Arminians added to this an increased reverence for the sacraments and liturgical ceremony. Robert Wuthnow, "The Future of the Religious Right," in Cromartie, ed., No Longer Exiles, 30. He called Calvin's Geneva "the most perfect school of Christ that ever was on earth since the days of the apostles." Ribuffo, "God and Contemporary Politics," Journal of American History 79 (1993): 1515-33. 11.

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Publisher: Pickwick Publications (October 24, 2014)

ISBN: 1625647611

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