3 edition of A dialogue between the pulpit and reading desk found in the catalog.
A dialogue between the pulpit and reading desk
by printed for W. Nicoll; and sold by the booksellers in London and Westminster, and other parts of the kingdom in London
Written in English
|Series||Eighteenth century -- reel 4805, no. 08.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||93|
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Excerpt from A Dialogue Between the Pulpit and Reading Desk: Recommended to the Serious Perusal, of the Laity and Clergy of the Episcopal Church Impartiality is observed, by giving the argu ments on both sides their due force, whilst a multiplicity of unnecessary words is purposely : Edward Smyth.
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Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. Excerpt: b I'rov. 2Author: William Green. A Dialogue Between the Pulpit and Reading Desk: Recommended to the Serious Paperback – December 9, by Edward Smyth (Author)Author: Edward Smyth.
A dialogue between the pulpit and reading-desk: addressed to the members of the Church of England. Paperback – by Charles Perronet (Author)Author: Charles Perronet.
A Dialogue Between the Pulpit and Reading Desk: Recommended to the Serious Item PreviewPages: A dialogue between the pulpit and reading desk: recommended to the serious perusal of the laity and clergy of the Episcopal Church / By fl. Edward SmythAuthor: fl. Edward Smyth. When a lectern is used for reading the Scripture and the preaching is from a pulpit, a division between the reading and preaching is suggested.
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A dialogue between the pulpit and reading-desk: Wherein the most common errors in practical religion are refuted, and particular notice is taken of a late treatise, called The doctrine of grace.
By a member of the Church of England. Recommended to the serious perusal of the laity and clergy of the Established Church. A dialogue between the pulpit and reading-desk: wherein the most common errors in practical religion are refuted and particular notice is taken of a late treatise, called The doctrine of grace.
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