Vindication of Infant Baptism, from the Four Chief Objections brought against it

Viz: I. From the Natural Incapacity of Infants. II. From their not actually Believing. III. From the want of an express Command to Baptize them. IV. From the Want of Scripture-Precedents for it : In a Letter to Mr. [four asterisks]
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Vindication of infant baptism from Vindication of Infant Baptism four chief objections brought against it. An apology for the rite of infant baptism and for the usual modes of baptizing in which an attempt is made to state fairly and clearly the arguments in proof of these doctrines, and also to refute the objections and reasonings alleged against them by the Rev.

Daniel Merrill and by the Baptists in general / by: Reed, John, A Reply to a Book: A Defense of the Divine Right of Infant-Baptism. By John Gill. By Peter Clark, A.M. Minister at Salem In A Letter To A Friend At Boston In New-England.

To Which Are Added, Some Strictures On A Late Treatise, Called, A Fair And Rational Vindication Of The Right Of Infants To The Ordinance Of Baptism. Written by David Bostwick.

DR John Gill was born at Kettering, in Northamptonshire, Nov. his parents were Edward Gill and Elizabeth his wife, whose maiden name was Walker. They were religious and pious persons; whose circumstances did not reach affluence, but were above contempt. His father was a Deacon of the Baptist church at Kettering ; and was eminent for his grace, piety, and.

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Anglican Beliefs L. 1 An Attempt to Illustrate those Articles of the Church which the Reformed Consider Calvinistic, In Eight Sermons, Before Oxford University, () 2 An Essay on Confession Penance and Absolution, Occasioned by Two Sermons, by G.

Burnet, Preached, November, () 3 Lay Baptism Invalid, An Essay to Prove that such Baptism is Null. Baptist History Vindicated By John T. Christian, Introduction By T. Eaton. Christian has certainly rendered valuable service in bringing to light many facts bearing on the history of the English Baptists in the 16th and 17th centuries.

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He has shown a. Chapter 1. Introduction to the Work. Eusebius, surnamed Pamphilus, writing the History of the Church in ten books, closed it with that period of the emperor Constantine, when the persecution which Diocletian had begun against the Christians came to an end.

Also in writing the life of Constantine, this same author has but slightly treated of matters regarding Arius, being more. The rector rectified and corrected, or, Infant-baptism unlawful being a sober answer to a late pamphlet entituled An argumentative and practical discourse of infant-baptism, published by Mr.

William Burkit, rector of Mildin in Suffolk: wherein all his arguments for pedo-baptism are refuted and the necessity of immersion, i.e. dipping, is. No Example of infant baptism in all the Scripture, the pedling proof of the Priesthood for infant baptism from the several Housholds that are said to be baptized, discovered and disproved p.

to Old England, Scotland, New Eng∣land concurring together by the ears about their infant-rantism to Crosby claims that the word "Antipaedobaptist" originated with Wall, who wrote his book, "A History of Infant Baptism," in (Crosby, vol.

1, p. viii). An editorial in the Independent, in refuting the authority of another manuscript, declares: "It employs also, in one instance, the word Pedobaptistery, which, to say the least, is quite. IT hath been the chief stratagem of the adversaries of the Church, in all Ages, to erect a throne for themselves, in the hearts of people, by casting reproaches and slanders upon the Doctrine, Government, and Godly Ministers of Jesus the old Testament, when the Jewes came first out of Babylon, and began to build the second Temple of Jerusalem, their enemies most.

He continued in this place about four years, and was then dismissed for publishing his first treatise against infant baptism, which contained his objections against that practice.

This had been previously presented to the assembly, as also his Examen of Mr. Marshall’s Sermon on infant baptism.

For publishing this work he was censured as a man. 23] Two of the earliest defenses of infant baptism were John Eliot, A Brief Answer to a Small Book Written by John Norcot against Infant Baptism (Boston: Printed by John Foster, ), and Increase Mather, The Divine Right of Infant Baptisme Asserted and Proved from Scripture and Antiquity (Boston: Printed by John Foster, ).

The other held many opinions anciently condemned as heresies; they had raised a war in Germany, and had set up a new king in Munster; but all these were called Anabaptists, from their opposition to infant baptism, though it was one of the mildest opinions they held.—Fox's Book of Martyrs, Alden ed., p.

It being a full answer to a certain scandalous book of his lately published, entituled, The triers tried and cast, &c. Whereupon being found guilty of high scandal and malediction both against the present authority, and the commissioners for approbation and ejection, he is here sentenced and brought forth to the deserved execution of the.

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- From: "Calvinism: The Once and Future Queen",'Right Now. In them the refutation of specific charges was the prominent element. Apologetics, on the other hand, is the comprehensive, scientific vindication of the grounds of Christian, Catholic belief, in which the calm, impersonal presentation of underlying principles is of paramount importance, the refutation of objections being added by way of corollary.

At the council of Tours () he found a protector in the papal legate, the famous Hildebrand, who, satisfied himself with the fact that Berengar did not deny the real presence of Christ in the sacramental elements, succeeded in persuading the assembly to be content with a general confession from him that the bread and wine, after consecration, were the body and blood of.

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EBook PDF: MB: This text-based PDF or EBook was created from the HTML version of this book and is part of the Portable Library of. Of course he did. It is all through book 4 chapter 16 of the Institutes dealing simply with infant baptism.

But “efficacious” in Wilson’s mind is different than in Calvin’s. Calvin saw adoption of the infant prior to baptism, and baptism sealing the child based on a presumption of salvation.[]. The Names of God A. The Names of God in General. While the Bible records several names of God, it also speaks of the name of God in the singular as, for instance in the following statements: “Thou shalt not take the name of the Lord thy God in vain,” Ex.

; “How excellent is thy name in all the earth,” Ps.

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; “As is thy name, O God, so is thy praise,” Ps. ; “His. This is clearly seen in infant baptism where faith cannot be exercised on the part of the infant. "As truly, therefore, as the spiritual rebirth of a man is caused principally by the Holy Ghost, so is it caused instrumentally by water and consequently, the water of Baptism exercises a causal effect on justification.".

However, if you read all four of the accounts of Jesus' baptism side-by-side, you can make a very strong case that when it says, Jesus “came up out of the water," it does not mean He came up from under the water (immersion), but rather that it means He. The Book against the Holy Trinity.

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He added some pages from Calvin’s Institutes with the marginal objections of Servetus to infant baptism in his handwriting. Ory, The Council wrote also to the judges of Vienne to procure particulars of. Chapter XXI.-A Vindication of the Prophecy in Isaiah (VII.) Against the Misinterpretations of Theodotion, Aquila, the Ebionites, and the Jews.

Authority of the Septuagint nts in Proof that Christ Was Born of a Virgin. Chapter XXII.-Christ Assumed Actual Flesh, Conceived and Born of the Virgin.

I have the same objections to the proposition discussed by you and Mr. Walker, that infant Baptism or affusion is a divine institution.

1st, These propositions confound the subject and the mode, which are distinct things, and which may be so exhibited in fewer words as in the end of the last paragraph.

2nd These propositions encourage a popular. The whole book of this very ancient writer on baptism is a splendid monument of the faith of its efficacy which had come down from the Apostles. Without calling up in regular succession all the witnesses of the ancient faith on this subject, 1 shall summon only a few more of the most distinguished.

ST.Infant Baptism Samuel Miller. The full title of this work is Infant Baptism Scriptural and Reasonable; and Baptism by Sprinkling or Affusion, the Most Suitable and Edifying Mode (). In sermonic form, Miller discusses the warrant for infant baptism, answers common objections to the practice, and demonstrates the scriptural basis for.Book I.

Chapter I. Introduction to the Work. Eusebius, surnamed Pamphilus,() writing the History of the Church() in ten books, closed it with that period of the emperor Constantine, when the persecution which Diocletian had begun against the Christians came to an in writing the life of Constantine, this same author has but slightly treated of matters regarding Arius, being .