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A Diet Of Public Worship In The Time Of Knox
Conclusion
Knox's Book Of Common Order
Legislation Concerning Public Worship In The Period Subsequent To The Revolution Of 1688
Modern Movements In Presbyterian Churches Respecting Public Worship
Presbyterian Worship Outside Of The Established Church Of Scotland
The Age Of Knox: The Formative Period Of Presbyterian Worship
The Law And The Liberty Of Presbyterian Worship
The Period Of Controversy 1614-1645
The Westminster Assembly And The Directory Of Worship