5 edition of history of Presbyterianism in New England found in the catalog.
|Statement||by Alexander Blaikie.|
|LC Classifications||BX8939 .B52 1881|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. in 1 (512 p.) ;|
|Number of Pages||512|
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A Brief History of the Presbyterians history of Presbyterianism in New England book laity and clergy a succint and thorough introduction to the history of Presbyterianism. James Smylie chronicles the origins of the Reformed tradition and carries the sage through each subsequent era up to the eve of the twenty-first century, focusing on Presbyterianism in North by: 7.
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National Emergency Library. Top Full text of "A History of Presbyterianism in New England: Its Introduction, Growth, Decay. The earliest American Presbyterian churches were established in Virginia, New England, Maryland, and Delaware during the seventeenth century and were chiefly of English origin.
The man who brought the scattered churches into organic unity, and who is considered as the apostle of American Presbyterianism, was Rev. Francis Makennie from the Presbytery of Laggan, Ireland. The principal friends and patrons of this colony in England were Presbyterians; particularly Lord Say, an original patentee of the colony, to whom they often express their obligations, and to whose influence, and to that of the Earl of Manchester, another leader of the Presbyterian party.