Philip Delme (n.d.)A Member of the Westminster Assembly
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- A spiritual warning for times of war (1701) by Philip Delme
- An healing and heart-reviving letter (1703) by Philip Delme
- The method of good preaching (1701) by Philip Delme
- The parable of the sower: or, the hearer’s duty (1707) by Philip Delme
Biography of Philip Delme:
Philip Delme (n.d.), is, in Mr. Neal’s list, marked as giving constant attendance. He is also said to have been a superadded divine.. And he was one of those who subscribed that proposition, That “Jesus Christ, as King and Head of his Church, hath appointed a government in the Church, in the hands of Church-officers, distinct from the civil government.” But I cannot give the reader any farther account of Mr Philip Delme.(James Reid)