The Pilgrim Church

Broadbent, E. H.

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Broadbent was brethren missionary in a number of European countries. His is an alternative history of the church, unrecorded by secular history. It covers the history of many small churches throughout the ages that have attempted to follow the New Testament church pattern, what he regarded as the success of those that followed the pattern laid out by the apostles and the consequences to the churches that fell away from the pattern. He looks broadly at many groups such as the Paulicians, the Bogomils, the Nestorians, the Waldensians, the Anabaptists, the Hutterites, the Methodists, the Russian Mennonites and the Mennonite Brethren. He classified early primitive churches to Anabaptist, and classified the Moravian Brethren as the historical roots to the later Brethren Movement.Full title: The Pilgrim Church: Being Some Account Of The Continuance Through Succeeding Centuries Of Churches Practising The Principles Taught And Exemplified In The New Testament.

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Publisher
Pickering & Inglis
Publisher City
London & Glasgow
Year
1931
Edition
1st
Format
h/b
Author
Broadbent, E. H.
SKU
IYC131905
Categories
Condition
Very good, ex-library book (Latimer Trust), 1st edition, no d/j, navy blue clothbound boards, gilt spine titling and ruling; text block firm, pages tight but with light foxing and some pencil markings; ffep cut out.
Size
8vo: crown (200 x 140 / 8" x 5⅜")
Page Count
406
ISBN