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Plain dealing with the Pedo-Baptists

Plain dealing with the Pedo-Baptists

for their popular and unwearied declamations in favour of their open communion, and against what they term the close communion of the Baptists

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Published by Printed by Fay, Davison & Burt in Rutland [Vt.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Infant baptism.,
  • Close and open communion.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Clark Kendrick.
    SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 44502.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination34 p.
    Number of Pages34
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17705427M

    The Illustrations in this book were made by Walter L. Flanders of Dover, N.H., who is an expert in photography, and it is due to his skill and patience that such excellent reproductions were made, in nearly all cases, from most unpromising material. Due to age, many of the photographs were badly faded. Others were merely small tintypes. becoming a methodist by rev. i. smith for some years a member of the close-communion calvinist baptist church including a brief account of the author's religious experience up to the time of his becoming a methodist fourteenth thousand boston published for the author, by g. c. rand for sale by j. p. magee, 5 cornhill

      systematic theology volume 1 a compendium designed for the use of theological students by augustus hopkins strong, d. d., ll d. president and professor op biblical theology in the rochester theological seminary author of the great poets and their theology” “christ in creation,” “philosophy and religion” “miscellanies,” vols. 1 and 2, etc. The Baptists are divided into four shades of difference, viz.: 1. The Regular Baptists, such as live in Georgia and S. Carolina, &c., so called by way of distinction. 2. The Separate Baptists, so- called from having separated from the Regulars on Arminian principles; they are sometimes called freewill Baptists. 3.

    CHAPTER VI LANDMARK TENETS REFLECTED IN NON-OFFICIAL ASSOCIATIONAL BAPTIST DOCUMENTS Associational Baptist literature is replete with the Landmark tenets which have been set forth in the preceding analyses. Information in non-official literature, however, is more detailed than the references in official documents. The four Gospels tell us of the ministry of Christ and include His work in building His first church. The Book of Acts records how that one church evangelized and many were born from her through ordained men. The Epistles were mostly written to individual churches or groups of churches dealing with doctrinal and practical issues within the.


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Earl West, Indianapolis, Indiana although it was a common thing to use this book in an allegorical manner.

Since there was no positive command for infant baptism, the Pedo-baptists were left without any foundation. Walker's reply turned toward the "household arguments' of the book of Acts.

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Michael Harrison's Book, Entituled Infant-Baptism God's Ordinance, hath been Answer'd in the Answer to Vidiciæ Fœderis, and now I shall Answer what remains. Harrison in page 3d.

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23 For the husband is the head of the [Because a 43 husband is head of his] wife, even as Christ is the head [as Christ also is head] of the church: [,] and he is [himself 24 omitting and he is] 44.

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68, The Meaning of 1 Corinthians Hence the greater portion of the book will be entirely new to most of the readers of the present day. And inasmuch as the church, bearing the name of Menno, has now so extended itself that it has become a body of considerable impor­tance, and many of the members are much better versed in the English language than in the German, it is meet that.

The only reason for dealing with this subject here is to show the soil from which the Methodist institutions grew. This type of education cannot be ascribed to any particular denom- ination, but it is safe to say that the majority of the commun- ities where such schools were found up to were pre- dominantly Methodist.

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Retyped and edited by Mark Lanley in revision. Dwane Gilliland Acknowledgements. Thanks to my wife Elaine for the first typing, Mark and Gale Langley for the second on their computer, to Carol Pinkston, Cindy Taylor, Teresa Pinkston, Ginger Chinn and Gail Moreland for.

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From many places of the New Testament, all reawhich it is evident, that the children of Is- sonable-minded men must admit, that inrael were not in the Lord's covenant, on ac- fant baptism, although alas, practiced by count of circumcision, as Pedo-baptists as- nearly the whole world, and maintained by sert, but through the divine choice of.Baptist History Homepage.

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