Prominent in any study of the Church and the Brethren movement has been the story of the search for primitive biblical practice that led some to insist that they had discovered the one pure model. The first section of this book examines influential individuals such as J. N. Darby and George Müller, while the second treats the variety of views of the church found within the movement. A final section examines such practices as the weekly Lord’s supper, the appointment of elders, household baptism, and preaching.
Edited by Neil Dickson and T.J. Marinello
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