- n. the Protestant denomination adhering to the views of John Calvin
“A minister in the San Francisco Presbytery for more than twenty-five years, Fong also serves as a parish associate for the Presbyterian Church of Chinatown.”
“Presbyterian Church deprived of the Regium Donum, the latter getting twice as much as the former.”
“It was interracial, interdenominational at the Third Presbyterian Church of which T.B. Cowan was the Pastor.”
“Deacon Jackson of the Presbyterian Church of Lexington had now to square his conduct with that of Major General T. J. Jackson in command of the Valley District.”
“Reformed Faith in the Modern World, "Prof.F. E. Hamilton says," It seems to be tacitly assumed by a large number of people in the Presbyterian Church today that Calvinism has been outgrown in religious circles.”
“Fairfax, Cromwell, Ireton, and the other Army-chiefs, from their head - quarters at Putney, were negotiating with him; and, the march of the Army through London having disabled the ultra-Presbyterians for the moment and transferred the ascendancy to the Independents, people were looking forward to a settlement on the basis of an established Presbyterian Church for the nation at large, but with liberty of conscience and of worship for Dissenters.”
“This was the Presbyterian church, the First Presbyterian Church of”
“He decided that Chaplain Allensworth was as much at home in the pulpit of the First Presbyterian Church as if it had been a congregation of Negroes, and that he believed it was a question of ability, refinement and culture rather than race; that a man”
“It put the question in this form, “What amount of Nonconformity is to be allowed in the new Presbyterian Church which is to be the National Church of England?””
“-- House Journal, Friday, Dec. 23, 1825: Mr. (John) Glasgow (Granville) presented a bill to incorporate the trustees of the Presbyterian Church in Oxford.”
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