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An exposition of the late schism in the Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston

in which the conduct of the schismatics, and the course of the church towards them, are fully set forth, and their complaints against the ministry answered ...

by William Capers

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Published by J.S. Burges in Charleston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • African American Methodists,
  • Methodist Church

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsKennedy, William M.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBX8249.C43 C374 1834
    The Physical Object
    Pagination63 p.
    Number of Pages63
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL24779909M

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The polity of the Methodist Episcopal church in the United States: being an exposure of the spurious origin of Methodist episcopacy: The tyrannical nature of the government and discipline of the Methodist Episcopal church: The unjust and dangerous control of church property by the clergy of that sect: The superior provision made for their.

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i n two volumes. vol. nasjbtirc, tenn.: publishing house of the methodist episcopal church, south. The Colored Methodist Episcopal Church is organized, four years after the first efforts among black members of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, to develop an independent church.

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Vernon Place Methodist Episcopal Church, Baltimore, Md., Decemberwith a historical statement" See other formats."Resolved, by the Providence Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church in Conference Assembled, That while we regret certain allusions in the resolutions of the late Baltimore Conference, we nevertheless consider the position assumed by that body in relation to slavery, especially as defined in its Pastoral Address, as exceedingly judicious.The New York herald.

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