Excerpt from The Presbyterian Magazine, 1854, Vol. 4
In countries in which there is an established religion, those reli gions bodies which separate from the establishment, and form distinct denominations, are called sects, and those who belong to them see taries. But in countries where there' is no established religion, as in our happy land, in which all denominations, in the eye of the law, are on a level, there can be no sectaries or dissenters in the technical sense of those words. All denominations are equally sects, i. E. Separate divisions or departments in the great family Of nominal Christians. And, of course, when we speak Of the Episcopal sect.
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