Catalog Record: 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 | HathiTrust Digital Library

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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.
By the Rev. Edward Smyth, late officiating minister of the parish church of Ballyculter, in the diocese of Down.

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Related Names: Green, William 1927-, Perronet, Charles ca. 1723-1776., Smyth, Edward fl. 1776-1818.
Language(s): English
Published: Albany, printed for Abraham Ellison, 1793.
Subjects: Church of England > Church of England / Doctrinal and controversial works.
Methodism.
Grace (Theology)
Note: Evans 25177.
"Recommendation" signed: Edward Smyth, May 14, 1777. Attributed to him as well as to Charles Perronet and William Green.
Physical Description: 164 p. 15.5 cm.
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