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Thence, in the above synodical canons, they are called gill pict, painted little leaves.
Moreover, we can only conjecture that conferences, common measures, and synodical decisions were not wanting.
On this occasion the draft of a synodical constitution was carefully considered together with the local congregation.
LIFE OF LUTHERGUSTAV JUST
His partiality for the synodical form of church government now amounted to bigotry.
The emperor would not let him send a synodical letter to Rome.
THE FORMATION OF CHRISTENDOM, VOLUME VITHOMAS W. (THOMAS WILLIAM) ALLIES
In particular, Irenæus wrote him a synodical epistle, in the name of the Gallic churches.
To the clause which reestablished synodical government no serious opposition appears to have been made.
Hence the practice, immediately after Nicaea I., of superadding banishment by the emperor to synodical condemnation.
This first law is equally true when we employ the synodical elements.
Mr. Gladstone then moved an additional clause, giving the Church of England in the colonies the power of synodical action.

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