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Solemn reasons for declining to adopt the Baptist theory & practice

in a series of letters to a Baptist ministe.
  • 32 Pages
  • 1.84 MB
  • English
Printed by George Forman , New York
Baptists -- Doctrines -- Controversial literature., Baptism -- Controversial litera
Other titlesBaptism controversy collection
SeriesBaptist pamphlets, Boudinot pamphlets
The Physical Object
Pagination32 p. ;
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Open LibraryOL20427197M

Solemn reasons for declining to adopt the Baptist theory and practice: in a series of letters to a Baptist ministerPrinted by Samuel T. Armstrong Microform in English - 2d ed. SOLEMN REASONS FOR DECLINING TO ADOPT THE BAPTIST THEORY AND PRACTICE: IN A SERIES OF LETTERS TO A BAPTIST MINISTER.

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