by John Owen
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The charge of schism was repeatedly brought against those who
sought to reform the Church according to Scripture. Owen refrains from all
recrimination, and instead examines the scriptural import of the term
‘schism’, proving that it denotes, not a rupture of ecclesiastical
communion, but causeless divisions with the pale of the
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