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A short and scriptural method with Antipedobaptists

Matthew Richey

A short and scriptural method with Antipedobaptists

by Matthew Richey

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Published by Printed by, J.S. Cunnabell in Halifax, N. S .
Written in English

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    Containing strictures on the Rev. E.A. Crawley"s treatise on baptism, in reply to the Rev. W. Elder"s letters on that subject, by Matthew Richey. Part I.

    The Physical Object
    Pagination52, [1] p. 22 cm.
    Number of Pages52
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25494295M

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    In Mr. Williams’s book, ‘Hireling Ministry,’ we find the following: ‘In the poor, small span of my life I desired to have been a diligent and constant observer, and have been myself many ways engaged in city, in country, in court, in schools, in universities, in churches, in Old and New England, and yet cannot, in holy presence of God. In addition, Hansard Knollys explains the nature and usages of the term church in his Commentary on the Book of Revelation, London; of a church, for example, in unscriptural or extra scriptural offices and works, under the name of Christ, are antichrist. therein chiefly to make it out, that the Antipedobaptists are not a People of.

    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. Outlines of Dogmatic Theology - 03 - Sylvester Joseph Hunter - OCR - Free ebook download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read book online for free.


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What the Scriptures say on Christian baptism: being a reply to the Rev. Matthew Richey's short and scriptural method with antipedobaptists. [William Jackson]. Filed under: Baptism -- Biblical teaching.

A Bible History of Baptism, by Samuel J. Baird (Gutenberg ebook) Baptism According to Scripture, by E. Hoare (Gutenberg ebook) Items below (if any) are from related and broader terms. Filed under: Baptism. (Halifax, []); Matthew Richey, A short and scriptural method with Antipedobaptists; containing strictures on the Rev.

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2] THE PROBLEM OF BAPTIST SUCCESSION. INTRODUCTION. May I ask your kind and patient indulgence at the beginning of this phase of our study to permit me to express my heart-felt thanks to Dr.

Duke K. McCall, President of this institution, which is my Alma Mater, and to the special Faculty Committee appointed by him, for the distinct and undeserved honor conferred. More than two months, that is in July,before Dr. Whitsitt wrote his articles in The Independent Dr.

Dexter had written for his paper, The Congregationalist, an editorial on "Affused Baptists," in which he quoted many authorities; and fully took the. position that was afterwards held in his book on John Smyth, viz.: that Baptists practiced affusion in England in the early.

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MODERN IMMERSION NOT SCRIPTURE BAPTISM. WILLIAM THORN. Abridged and Edited by. Jeff Paton. Editor’s Note: To the disappointment of many, my editing and abridgement of this work with be extensive.

Originally, this is nearly a page book; a length which few could endure to read on the internet. BOOK 5 - THE ALBIGENSES In short, most diabolically But, according to the Abbot, bitter and prejudiced as he was, the Petrobrusians were only a sort of Antipedobaptists, who rejected not Baptism itself, but who simply denied the utility of Infant-Baptism.

Judging from the language which they are reported to have held on that topic. "The people went on in their usual method, having two sermons; in both of which they treated of those principles for which they had been accused, founding their discourses on the words of our Saviour: All power is given unto me in heaven and in earth.

After this, they received the Lord’s supper, and then made a collection for the poor, to. ALL the scenes described in the preceding chapter transpired before the reformation in the sixteenth century. We have seen that the Waldenses were first found in the valleys of Piedmont, in Italy; that they were thence dispersed into France, Spain, Germany, England, and other European kingdoms.

We have hitherto considered them as a collective body, without any. THE BAPTIST HISTORY COLLECTION GENERAL HISTORIES A History of the Baptists By John T. Christian, A.M. D.D. L.L.D In short, what the soul is to the body, the Christians “The Petrobrusians were only a sort of Antipedobaptists, who rejected not baptism itself, but who denied simply the utility of infant baptism” (Faber.

The general plan of the book is the same; the witness of the Church on the subjects and modes of Baptism traced through the Fathers up to the fountain head of Holy Writ; and the proof-texts of Scripture carefully and minutely analyzed. To all which, Antipedobaptists reply, - that although it was the general custom of Christians to baptize.

school, desired to have her name erased from the church book and was excommunicated. Murder, adultery, theft, swearing, and drunkenness constituted grounds for excommunication, according to a decision ofand the church book shows excommunications for adultery, for immorality and apostacy, and for marrying a man whose wife was living.

Each of those ways have been embraced and practised by different churches, and some do insist that plunging the person wholly under water is the only scriptural mode of baptism, and that none are really baptized, who are not thus plunged.—But when the scripture is carefully examined, it will not appear that this form of baptism was instituted.

The first book is devoted to the demonstration from the Bible of the doctrine of the double proces­sion, and the second and third to proofs from the councils and the Greek and Latin Fathers.

Par­ticular interest attaches to the first chapter of the fourth book, in which Ratramnus touches upon one of the chief points of difference between the. Short and Easy Method with Deists, wherein the Certainty of the Christian Religion is Demonstrated by Infallible Proof from Four Rules, in a Letter to a Friend Conversation in a Boat, between Two Seamen Articles of Faith and the Covenant, of Park Street Church, Boston: with a List of the Members Putnam, John Jay.

“I shall give the Reader the result of all, that the Dr. hath written from page to the end of his book, touching God’s method, and the Apostles practice in gathering of Churches and admitting Members viz.

“First. That Christ having given a Commission to this Apostles to teach all Nations, and baptize them, Matth. Mark. Christian Baptism Page 8 PREFACE THE important question of Christian Baptism is yet, with many, an undecided question.

With many, too, it has been decided wrong, because decided on human authority, or on partial evidence, without personal and proper Size: 2MB.Full text of "A debate on baptism and the witness of the Holy Spirit: held in Fairview, Ia. [Ind.] November, between Rev. Williamson Terrell and Henry R.

Pritchard See other formats.JOHN SMYTH. I can but feel that entirely too much importance has been given to the so-called se-baptism of John Smyth. It is a matter of little moment whether he dipped himself or was baptized by another. Crosby says that his 'baptism did not affect the baptism of the Baptist Churches of England.

His words are.