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How to spell Presbyterian by James W. Angell
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How to spell Presbyterian (edition 1984)

by James W. Angell

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In his classic work, life-long Presbyterian and former pastor Jim Angell tells what it means to be a Presbyterian. This readable, accessible book is divided into six parts--key ideas, commitment, witness, order, discipline, and covenant--and includes a handy glossary to commonly used Presbyterian terms. Now updated with the most recent statistics and polity information, this is an ideal book to give to new members, confirmation students, and inquirers in PC(USA) churches.… (more)
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Title:How to spell Presbyterian
Authors:James W. Angell
Info:Philadelphia: Geneva Press, c1984. 88 p. ; 19 cm. Rev
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order exists for one reason: to liberate minds and hands for something else...chap 4 Order, welcome alternative to chaos...Q
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In his classic work, life-long Presbyterian and former pastor Jim Angell tells what it means to be a Presbyterian. This readable, accessible book is divided into six parts--key ideas, commitment, witness, order, discipline, and covenant--and includes a handy glossary to commonly used Presbyterian terms. Now updated with the most recent statistics and polity information, this is an ideal book to give to new members, confirmation students, and inquirers in PC(USA) churches.

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