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An apology for renouncing the jurisdiction of the Synod of Kentucky

An apology for renouncing the jurisdiction of the Synod of Kentucky

to which is added, a compendious view of the Gospel, and a few remarks on the confession of faith

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Published by Printed by Joseph Charles in Lexington, Ky .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. -- Presbytery of Springfield (Ky.),
  • Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. -- Synod of Kentucky,
  • Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. -- Government

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby the Presbytery of Springfield
    SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 5716
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination144 p
    Number of Pages144
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15044664M

    Available in the National Library of Australia collection. Author: Johnson, Thomas; Format: Book, Online; 48 p. ; 21 cm. (8vo). As the important "Apology for Renouncing the Jurisdiction of the Synod of Kentucky" reveals, these men objected to the confession's definition of faith and its Calvinist insistence that a direct operation of the Holy Spirit precede faith.

    This banner text can have markup.. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. The Springfield Presbytery was an independent presbytery that became one of the earliest expressions of the Stone-Campbell was composed of Presbyterian ministers who withdrew from the jurisdiction of the Kentucky Synod of the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America on Septem [1]: It dissolved itself on J , with the publication of a document.

    the kentucky revival, or, a short history of the late extraordinary out-pouring of the spirit of god, in the western states of america with a brief account of the entrance and progress of what the world call shakerism, among the subjects of the late revival in ohio and kentucky by m'nemar, richard: book condition: book description. Barton W. Stone, John Thompson, Robert Marshall, John Dunlavy, and Richard McNemar had no desire to leave the Presbyterian Church but they rejected the Synod's authority to judge their preaching. To explain their reasons for withdrawal, three authors collaborated on a document entitled, "An Apology for Renouncing the Jurisdiction of the Synod.


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25 rows  An apology for renouncing the jurisdiction of the Synod of Kentucky to which is added, a compendious view of the Gospel: and, a few remarks on the confession of faith / Published: () A compendious view of the Gospel and a few remarks on the confession of faith of the Synod of Kentucky / Published: ().

An Abstract of an Apology, for Renouncing the Jurisdiction of the Synod of Kentucky, Being a Compendious View of the Gospel and a Few Remarks on the Confession of Faith, By Robert Marshall, John Dunlavy, Richard M'Nemar, Barton W. Stone, John Thompson. PART I: Introduction to the Apology of the Springfield Presbytery, by John Rogers, p.

An apology for renouncing the jurisdiction of the Synod of Kentucky to which is added, a compendious view of the Gospel, and a few remarks on the confession of faith / Published: ().

An apology for renouncing the jurisdiction of the Synod of Kentucky: to which is added, a compendious view of the Gospel, and a few remarks on the confession of faith. [Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A.

Presbytery of Springfield (Ky.)]. An apology for renouncing the jurisdiction of the Synod of Kentucky to which is added, a compendious view of the Gospel, and a few remarks on the confession of faith. Lexington, Ky: Printed by Joseph Charles. MLA Citation. Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. Presbytery of Springfield (Ky.).

An apology for renouncing the jurisdiction of the Synod of Kentucky to which is added, a compendious view of the Gospel: and, a few remarks on the confession of faith / Published: () A compendious view of the Gospel and a few remarks on the confession of faith of the Synod of Kentucky / Published: ().

"An Apology for Renouncing the Jurisdiction of the Synod of Kentucky. To Which Is Added, a Compendious View of the Gospel, and a Few Remarks on the Confession of Faith." With Robert Marshall, John Dunlavy, Richard M'Nemar, and John Thompson.

The Biography of Eld. Barton Warren Stone, Written by Himself: With Additions and Reflections by John. R ICHARD M C N EMAR () " An Apology for Renouncing the Jurisdiction of the Synod of Kentucky.

(In An Apology for Renouncing the Jurisdiction of the Synod of Kentucky by the Presbytery of Springfield. Lexington,pp.

Reprinted in The Biography of Eld. Barton Warren Stone, Written by Himself with Additions and Reflections by Elder John Rogers. Cincinnati, An apology for renouncing the jurisdiction of the Synod of Kentucky: to which is added, a compendious view of the Gospel: and, a few remarks on the confession of faith.

The famous document, Apology for Renouncing the Jurisdiction of the Synod of Kentucky, was written in three parts, with a different author for each part. True OTHER SETS BY THIS CREATOR. The trial was in Septemberand the proceedings against John Thompson and Richard McNemar by the Kentucky Synod left little doubt what was coming.

So, on Septem they issued An Apology for Renouncing the Jurisdiction of the Synod of Kentucky To Which Is Added a Compendious View of the Gospel and a Few Remarks on the Confession.

This is a pamphlet of about pages, the full title of which is: An Abstract of an Apology for Renouncing the Jurisdiction of the Synod of Kentucky, Being a Compendious View of the Gospel and a few Remarks on the Confession of Faith, with the names of the five attached as authors.

The important points in this statement are: (1) Christ died for all—as against a limited atonement for the elect only. To explain their reasons for withdrawal, three authors collaborated on a document entitled, "An Apology for Renouncing the Jurisdiction of the Synod of Kentucky." "The Apology," as it has come to be known, recounted the proceedings pointing out that the Presbytery and Synod acted "unlawfully" and with prejudice in their case.

The defense was entitled An Apology for Renouncing the Jurisdiction of the Synod of Kentucky. To Which Is Added a Compendious View of the Gospel and a Few Remarks on the Confession of Faith The Apology was written by Robert Marshall.

It argued that the examination of McNemar in had been conducted without due process, which would have. The Synod of Kentucky, meeting in the fall ofcensured the Washington Presbytery for mishandling the McNemar-Thompson case and received a resolution to “enter on the trial or examination of the two men.” After this the five ministers decided to withdraw from the jurisdiction of the Synod of Kentucky.

The defense was entitled An Apology for Renouncing the Jurisdiction of the Synod of Kentucky. To Which Is Added a Compendious View of the Gospel and a Few Remarks on the Confession of Faith. [1] The Apology was written by Robert Marshall. It argued that the examination of McNemar in had been conducted without due process, which would.

The Springfield Presbytery was an independent presbytery that became one of the earliest expressions of the Stone-Campbell Movement. It was composed of Presbyterian ministers who withdrew from the jurisdiction of the Kentucky Synod of the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America on Septem The Springfield Presbytery was an independent presbytery that became one of the earliest expressions of the Stone-Campbell was composed of Presbyterian ministers who withdrew from the jurisdiction of the Presbyterian Synod of Kentucky on Septem [1] It dissolved itself on Jwith the publication of a document titled the Last Will and Testament of The.

The defense was entitled An Apology for Renouncing the Jurisdiction of the Synod of Kentucky. To Which Is Added a Compendious View of the Gospel and a Few Remarks on the Confession of Faith.: The Apology was written by Robert Marshall. It argued that the examination of McNemar in had been conducted without due process, which would have justified an appeal of the decision to the General.

Stone and four other ministers in January published “An Apology for the Renouncing of the Jurisdiction of the Synod of Kentucky”, and on 28 June they dissolved the Springfield Presbytery in a “Last Will and Testament”, giving birth to the church now known as the Christian Church (Disciples of .In January of they issued a pamphlet called “An Apology For Renouncing The Jurisdiction Of The Synod Of Kentucky.” The presbytery they established was called the Springfield Presbytery.

It was located in Springfield, Ohio (Now Springdale in suburban Hamilton County).An Apology for Renouncing the Jurisdiction of the Synod of Kentucky (Lexington, Ky. ). T. Campbell, Declaration and Address of the Christian Association of Washington (Washington, Pa.

). M. M. Davis, How the Disciples Began and Grew, (Cincinnati ). W. E.