1 edition of Church union and the Bill found in the catalog.
Church union and the Bill
by Bureau of Literature and Information of the Joint Committee on Church Union in Toronto
Written in English
|Contributions||Joint Committee on Church Union.|
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|Number of Pages||16|
The union of the believer with his Savior is illustrated from the union of a building and its foundation,— each living stone in the Christian temple is kept in proper relation to every other, and made to do its part in furnishing a habitation for God, only by being built upon and permanently connected with Christ, the chief corner-stone. Finally, in , the Church passed a bill to consecrate women as bishops. The archbishops of Canterbury and of York—the church’s most elite officials—approved the bill .
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