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The science which has this approximation for its aim, is polity.
Indeed it was actually far ahead of the latter in matters of education and many points of polity.
As the church develops it will probably develop a polity of its own.
The best side of the Dutch polity was its finance, which was a lesson to all Europe.
The polity of the Church was more than a formal organization; it touched the life of each believer.
Sects and parties, under the different systems of belief or polity, and the specialities of creed and policy that divide them.
THE NUTTALL ENCYCLOPAEDIAEDITED BY REV. JAMES WOOD
But as illustrating the polity of the church it is quite valueless.
THE STORY OF THE MORMONSWILLIAM ALEXANDER LINN
A Mohammedan polity is opposed to the assimilation of strangers, unless the aliens become converts to Islam.
He should learn of its history, its achievements, its creeds, its plan of organization and polity.
HOW TO TEACH RELIGIONGEORGE HERBERT BETTS
Let such as are expert in Jewish antiquities and their polity, consider and judge.
THE DIVINE RIGHT OF CHURCH GOVERNMENTSUNDRY MINISTERS OF CHRIST WITHIN THE CITY OF LONDON

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