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A brief, pithy discourse upon I Corinthians 14. 40. Let all things be done decently and in order. Tending to search out the truth in question: Whether it be lawfull for church-governours to command and impose indifferent decent things (not absolutely necessary) in the administration of Gods worship? Written some years past by a judicious divine, and seasonable for our present times 1 edition

A brief, pithy discourse upon I Corinthians 14. 40. Let all things be ...
William Prynne
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1 edition First published in 1661

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