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Not Just Any Relationship – 5 Jagged Rocks Post #4

“Stones, timber, though squared, hewn and polished, are not a house,  until they are compacted and united; so saints or believers in judgment of charity,  are not a church unless orderly knit together.” (Cambridge Platform, 1648)  For a while, in … Continue reading

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Like a Good Neighbor, Sermon June 30 2013

First Reading: “Of the Communion of Churches One With Another,” From the Cambridge Platform, 1648, Chapter 15 Although Churches be distinct, and therefore may not be confounded one with another: and equal, and therefore have not dominion one over another: yet … Continue reading

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