Life Among the Close Brethren. Reprinted from The British Weekly


(Plymouth Brethren). [MURDOCH, Dr. A.] Life Among the Close Brethren. Reprinted from “The British Weekly.” London : Hodder and Stoughton, MDCCCXC [1890]. Pp [1]-116,(12,ads). 8vo, lacking covers. Contents : 1. The Close Brethren as Seen by an Outsider. 2. A Nearer View. 3. The Saints at L--- M--- Gardens. 4. A Surprising Discovery. 5. More About Bethesda. 6. Proselytising.7. Mr. Darby's False Teaching. 8. Disenchantment. 9. The Great Schism of 1 880. 10. From Without the Fold. The Plymouth Brethren is a conservative, Evangelical Christian movement, whose history can be traced to Dublin, Ireland, in the late 1820s. Although the group is notable for not taking any official "church name" to itself, nor having an official clergy or liturgy, thetitle, "The Brethren," is one that many of their number are comfortable wi th, in that the Bible designates all believers as "brethren." "Brethren assemblies" are commonly perceived as being divided into at least two branches, the "Open Brethren" and the "Exclusive [or Close] Brethren". Lacking covers and rear endpaper, minor foxing, penned name, newspaper clipping opposite title page with corresponding offsetting to title page, a good only, reading copy. Scarce. A candidate for rebinding. As is. 125.00

Title: Life Among the Close Brethren. Reprinted from The British Weekly

Author Name: Plymouth Brethren MURDOCH, A., Dr. DARBY, John Nelson DARBY, J.N.

Categories: 41,

Publisher: Hodder and Stoughton, London, 1890,:

Seller ID: 90463

Keywords: PLYMOUTH BRETHREN CLOSE BRITISH ENGLISH EXCLUSIVE PROTESTANT CHURCH HISTORY RELIGION RELIGIOUS THEOLOGY UNITED KINGDOM,