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Jethro: A System of Lay Agency, in Connexion with Congregational Churches, for the Diffusion of the Gospel Among Our Home Population
John Campbell [1795-1867]



Book Description

Title:
Jethro: A System of Lay Agency, in Connexion with Congregational Churches, for the Diffusion of the Gospel Among Our Home Population
Authors:
Publication Year:
Location:
London
Publisher:
Jackson and Walford
Pages:
396
Subjects:
Ecclesiology, Church, Ministry
Copyright Holder:
Public domain
John Campbell [1795-1867], Jethro: A System of Lay Agency

Table of Contents

  • Advertisement by the Committee of the Congregational Union of England and Wales
  • Preface
  1. On the Necessity of Increased Efforts to Spread the Gospel
  2. On the Value and Necessity of LAy Agency in Evangelical Operations
  3. On the Benefits Which Ahve Resulted From Lay Agency in Great Britain, and in Foreign Parts
  4. On the Evils Incident to Lay Agency, with Their Causes
  5. On the Preparation of Congregational Churches for Evangelical Exertion
  6. General Views and Illustrations of Church Union, Congregational Classification, Districy Division of Churches, and Lay Helpers
  7. On the Natural Departments of Lay Agency
  8. On the General Classes of Lay Agents
  9. On the Harmony of the Preceding Arrangements witht he Practice of the Apostolic Churches, and with the Principles and Constitution of Congregational Churches
  10. Consideration Addressed to the Churches of the Congregational Body, with Their Bishops and Deacons
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