2 edition of life of the Rev. Henry Montgomery, Dunmurry, Belfast found in the catalog.
life of the Rev. Henry Montgomery, Dunmurry, Belfast
John A. Crozier
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Montgomery, Henry, Rev., LL.D., the champion of the non-subscribing Presbyterians in Ireland, was born at Killead, County of Antrim, 20th January He was educated at Crumlin Academy, and at the University of Glasgow.
Soon after receiving licence to preach from the presbytery of Templepatrick, he declined a call to Donegore, because it involved subscription to the Westminster Confession. The Life Of The Rev. Henry Montgomery, Ll.D., Dunmurry, Belfast: With Selections From His Speeches And Writings [FACSIMILE] [John A Crozier] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
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Henry Montgomery, LL.D., Dunmurry, Belfast: with selections from his speeches and writings" See other formats. The life of the rev. Henry Montgomery Belfast believe Bible body brethren Calvinistic candidates Carlile Catholic Catholic Emancipation cause character charity Christ Christian Liberty Church Committee Confession congregation connexion conscience Cooke Cooke's Cookstown County Antrim creed declaration Divine doctrine Donegore Dublin.
Full text of "The life of the rev. Henry Montgomery: With Selections from His Speeches and Writings" See other formats. The Ballymena congregation was part of the impressive missionary drive inaugurated by the Remonstrant Synod and was opened on Sunday, 9 th November by Rev Henry Montgomery.
I am indebted to ‘Dryasdust’ writing in the Non-Subscribing Presbyterian in September for details concerning the congregation’s life.