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Larry Bump <lbump@...> wrote:
> >> 4. To endeavor to bring the 3 Kingdoms to the nearest
conjunction and uniformity in religion, Confession of Faith, Form of
Church Government, Directory for Worship and Catechizing.
> >> (as a former plantation of Great Britain all Westminster
accepting Reformed Churches in this nation are bound to our fathers
covenants as their spiritual posterity and their visible representation
as I understand it)
> Great Britain was not a signatory to the Solemn League and
> England, Ireland and Scotland were.
> There is a difference, and if you don't know what that was, you
> business posting to this question.
Don't you think you're being a little harsh? Sure, there's a difference
between Great Britain and the three separate nations of the British
Isles, but is it really necessary to quibble over it? It seems to me,
at any rate, that the point of the post was a lot broader than merely
that one clause.