Like the Quakers, Christian Brethren are a “peculiar people.”
Dr Langton's daughters heard little of the doings of the "Christian Brethren" during these bright months.
There were dissensions growing between him and the 'Christian Brethren.'
The Christian Brethren have been supposed to have some leaning to Unitarianism, but he betrayed no such leaning.
We had a spell with them, rather unexpectedly, on a recent “first day”—“Christian Brethren” always call Sunday the first day.
In some places they are known as Christian Brethren; in other parts they are recognised as a kind of independent Ranters.
He found something congenial for a time to a deep though struggling faith in the leadership of the Christian Brethren.
In all large towns a few of this complexion may be found; and in Preston odd ones exist whose shibboleth is “Christian Brethren.”
The executive business of Christian Brethren is managed by deacons; but the diaconal stage has not yet been reached in Preston.