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Published by McGowan & Ingram in Belfast .
Written in English

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Statementby Eric V. Stewart.
The Physical Object
Pagination41p., [1]p. of plates :
Number of Pages41
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20924887M

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About the project: Celebrating years at First Larne Presbyterian Church; A People on the Move details the last half century of one of the oldest Presbyterian congregations in Ireland.  We worked with the editorial board to present this history book in an informative and intuitive manner. A new book to celebrate the th anniversary of the Church. This is a look back over the last 50 years of life in First Larne Presbyterian Church from the time of the building of a new church opened in Attractively produced and well illustrated with colour photographs it is the story of a resilient people determined to be Here to Worship God, Build Up His Church and Share His Love. The first Presbyterian Meeting House was built about on the site of the present Larne and Kilwaughter Non-Subscribing Presbyterian Church and was also known as the “Head of the Town” (HOTT). The congregation divided in over the choice of a non-subscribing versus orthodox minister, and the HOTT joined the Presbytery of Antrim on its formation in The Standard of Government of the first Presbyterian ministers in Ireland was the second Scottish "Book of Discipline". This was replaced by the Westminster "Form of Presbyterial Church Government and Directory for Ordination" in , which was adopted in Ireland in accordance with the Scottish adopting Act, in

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Larne (from Irish: Latharna, the name of a Gaelic territory) is a seaport and industrial market town, as well as a civil parish, on the east coast of County Antrim, Northern Ireland, with a population of 18, people at the Census. The Larne Local Government District had a population of 32, in It has been used as a seaport for over 1, years, and is today a major passenger and. History of congregations of the Presbyterian Church in Ireland and biographical notices of eminent Presbyterian ministers and laymen, with the signification of names of places by Killen, W. D. (William Dool), According to the Bible, man is a living soul (Genesis ).. Death is no respecter of persons and at the moment of death there is the separation of the body and the soul- ‘ the body without the spirit is dead ’ (James ) So at death the body is dead but the soul lives on. At that point the eternal destiny of the soul is determined. The old church was superseded by a new one in , and the latter was burned during the outbreak of " The old ivy-clad tower in the midst of the burying ground, which forms the frontispiece of this book, is all that remains of the ancient Parish Church, the roof of which was burned, it is said, by Alaster Macdonnell in the outbreak of