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Justification of Offertories according to the Regulative Principle of Worship
I was in a church today that considers itself to hold strictly to the regulative principle of worship (that which is not explicitly commanded for public worship in Scripture is implicitly condemned) ...
Jun 10 '12 at 18:12
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