BEING A SERIES OF QUESTIONS,
RELATIVE TO THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH,
STATED AND ANSWERED,
WITH THE SCRIPTURE PROOFS.
Pastor of the Reformed Presbyterian Congregation in the City
“Behold, this is the Law of the House.”—Ezekiel.
Printed by HOPKINS & SEYMOUR, No. 118, Pearl-street.
1806-Alexander McLeod.-A brief series of remarks designed to impress upon the reader the importance of having some knowledge of the constitution and government of the church of Christ.
1806-Alexander McLeod.-Questions regarding the source of information regarding the constitution of church government and the place of reason in theological endeavor.
1806-Alexander McLeod.-Questions regarding the nature of the society that is called “the church” and the benefits to be found in such society.
1806-Alexander McLeod.-Questions on whether or not there is a prescribed government for the church.
1806-Alexander McLeod.-Questions regarding various church offices and their several duties and powers.
1806-Alexander McLeod.-Questions regarding the several courts of the church, their function, interaction and place in exercising discipline.
1806-Alexander McLeod.-Questions regarding the object, ends and regulations pertaining to the actions and circumstances in the worship of God.
1806-Alexander McLeod.-Questions on the degrees of discipline, the ends for which it is to be used and the response that is due to officers in its exercise.
1806-Alexander McLeod.-A series of technical notes and excurses in support of the catechism.