1852-James W. Shaw.-A communion sermon that addresses matters of ecclesiastical fellowship and the use of terms of communion.Read More
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1872-James W. Shaw.-A sermon preached after the administration of the Lord’s supper designed to impress upon the communicants the desirability and necessity of persevering in the covenanted faith of their forefathers. This contains many observations on testimony bearing and the nature of ecclesiastical communion.Read More
Hephzibah Beulah. Our Covenants the National and Solemn League; and Covenanting by the Reformed Presbyterian Synod in America: Considered.
1872-James W. Shaw.-An engaging and often trenchant critique of the 1871 Covenant sworn at Pittsburgh by a minister who remained in the communion of the RPCNA after they had abandoned their covenant bonds.Read More