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Abernethy, John (1680-1740), Presbyterian minister

Activation of the low oxygen affinity-inducing potential of the Asn108(β)→Lys mutation of Hb-Presbyterian on intramolecular αα-fumaryl cross-bridging

Adair, Patrick (1624?-1693/1694), Presbyterian minister and historian

Adams, William (1807 - 1880), Religious Educators, Educational Institution Officials, Presbyterian Clergy

Adger, John Bailey (1810 - 1899), Religious Educators, Missionaries, Presbyterian Lay Leaders

ALDRICH, Winthrop Williams (1885 - 1974), US lawyer, banker, diplomat; retired; Hon. Trustee; Presbyterian Hospital, New York; Riverside Church, New York; Vice-President and Trustee, The Pilgrims of the United States; Member Advisory Council, School of International Affairs, Columbia University; retired as Member Visiting Committee Harvard Center for International Affairs; Hon. Bencher, Middle Temple, 1953

Alexander, Archibald (1772 - 1851), Theologians, Presbyterian Clergy

ALEXANDER, Archibald (1874 - 1942), Minister of St John’s Wood Presbyterian Church, London, since 1921

Alexander, John (1686-1743), minister of the Presbyterian General Synod of Ulster

Alexander, John (1736-1765), Presbyterian minister and writer

Alison, Francis (1705 - 1779), Educational Institution Officials, Presbyterian Clergy

Alison, Francis (1705-1779), Presbyterian minister and college principal in America

Alternative establishments? Insular Catholicism and Presbyterianism

Amner, Richard (bap. 1737, d. 1803), Presbyterian minister and biblical critic

Amory, Thomas (1701-1774), Presbyterian minister

Anderson, Matthew (1845 - 1928), Social Reformers, Educational Institution Officials, Presbyterian Clergy

Anderson, William (1799-1872), minister of the United Presbyterian church

Andrew R. Holmes. The Shaping of Ulster Presbyterian Belief and Practice, 1770–1840. New York: Oxford University Press. 2006. Pp. xvi, 374. $99.00

52 Answer to the reasons of the dissenting brethren against the third proposition concerning presbyterian government, submitted to both houses of parliament 20 December 1644

Anti-Popery and the Rise of Presbyterian Radicalism

Armour, James Brown (1841-1928), minister of the Presbyterian Church in Ireland

Armstrong, George Dod (born 1813), Presbyterian Clergy

Armstrong, James (1780-1839), non-subscribing Presbyterian minister

Ashe, John (1672-1735), Presbyterian minister and religious writer

Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church, Pakistan

Avery, Benjamin (bap. 1684?, d. 1764), Presbyterian minister and physician

Bacon, John (1738 - 1820), Political Figures, Presbyterian Clergy

Bagshawe [Bagshaw], William [called the Apostle of the Peak] (1628-1702), Presbyterian minister

Baird, Charles Washington (1828 - 1887), Presbyterian Clergy

Baird, John (d. 1804), minister of the Presbyterian General Synod of Ulster and Church of Ireland clergyman


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A form of Protestant Church government in which the Church is administered locally by the minister with a group of elected elders of equal rank, and regionally and nationally by representative courts of ministers and elders. Presbyterianism was first introduced in Geneva in 1541 under John Calvin, on the principle that all believers are equal in Christ and in the belief that it best represented the pattern of the early church.

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