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THE LOCAL ASSEMBLY
Some Essential Differences between Open and Exclusive Brethren considered Scriptually and Historically

by G. H. Lang

   

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First Edition, 1985
106 pgs.
$4.95 (softcover only)

G. H. Lang was born November 20, 1874 in London, England. He died at Wimborne, Dorset, England October 20, 1958. He was saved at a young age when he was seven and a half years old. His writings include fourteen major books and innumerable booklets. He once said, "No man should write a book until he is forty. He needs to prove his theories in practice before publishing." All but nine of his many books were published after he was fifty years old.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS:

  1. Historical
  2. Divisive Force of the Doctrine of a Universal Church
  3. Administrative Independence
  4. Ministry and Oversight
  5. B. W. Newton's "Acknowledgment"
  6. Later Developments
  7. Conclusion

Appendix A: Statement by W. H. Cole
Appendix B: The Darby-Muller Interview

 

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