a convocation that met at Westminster, London, 1643–49, and formulated the articles of faith (Westminster Confession of Faith ) that are accepted as authoritative by most Presbyterian churches.
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How to use Westminster Assembly in a sentence
At an earlier date, three French divines had sat in the Westminster Assembly.The Anglo-French Entente in the Seventeenth Century | Charles Bastide
He sat in the Westminster Assembly 1643, and was the last of the Episcopal members to remain.
Nor did his reverend brethren of the Westminster Assembly fall any whit behind him when they rose to expound the word.The Emancipation of Massachusetts | Brooks Adams
Both versions were printed by order of parliament, and were referred for consideration to the Westminster Assembly.
The Parliament and Westminster Assembly issued instructions for its subscription throughout the kingdom.The Covenants And The Covenanters | Various