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A treatise on Christian baptism. [Joseph Agar Beet] Book: All Authors / Contributors: Joseph Agar Beet. Find more information about: OCLC Number: Notes: "The following treatise is an amended and enlarged reprint of papers which appeared in the British Weekly during March and April of the present year."--Preface. Description. As this leaves my hand I have received a Handbook of Scriptural Church Principles published at the Wesleyan Book Room. I observe with pleasure, so far as a hasty perusal will permit, that its exposition of Christian Baptism is practically the same as that which I have here given. The whole chapter is worthy of careful study. A Treatise on the Law and the Gospel by John Colquhoun (Hardcover) $ $ A Treatise of Self-Denial (Thomas Manton ) $ Does Baptism Mean Immersion? by Tom Wells (Booklet) $ $ A treatise on Christian baptism by Beet, Joseph Agar, at - the best online ebook storage. Download and read online for free A treatise on Christian baptism by Beet, Joseph Agar, /5(2).
References to Baptism by early Christian Writers. 72 A TREATISE ON CHRISTIAN BAPTISM SECTION I. THE TEACHING OF THE NEW TESTAMENT. IN this treatise I shall discuss the purpose and signifi- cance of Christian Baptism, the proper subjects of the rite, the special significance and benefits of the Baptism of Infants, and the relation of baptized. INTRODUCTION. This treatise is not a sermon in the ordinary acceptation of the term. It was not preached, but, according to the Latin usage of the word “sermo,” was rather “a discourse,” “a discussion,” “a disputation” concerning baptism.. Even in popular usage, the term “sermon” implies careful preparation and the orderly arrangement of thought here, therefore, we have a. Get this from a library! Treatise on Christian baptism: relating to the mode of baptism, to the subjects, to the import, design, and use of infant baptism, and to close communion. [Enoch Pond]. A treatise on Baptism with an exhortation to receive it, translated from the works of St. Basil the Great, to which is added a treatise on Confirmation by Basil of Caesarea. Published by M. Fithian in Philadelphia. Written in EnglishPages:
A TREATISE ON BAPTISM. Lastly. If to baptize infants has been the general practice of the Christian Church in all places and in all ages, then this must have been the practice of the Apostles, and, consequently, the mind of Christ. But to baptize infants has been the general practice of the Christian Church, in all places and in all ages. Tertullian of Carthage played a primary role in representing the traditional practice of baptism in the late second and third century church. In fact, he wrote the first surviving treatise on baptism in his work entitled De Baptismo or On Baptism. The bulk of Tertullian’s thoughts and beliefs concerning baptism are represented in this treatise. Written by Henry Danvers Earliest known book on baptism. Reprint of first edition. Brown hardcover with red highlights, bright gilt lettering on front cover and spine. pages. Treatise on Christian Baptism: Relating to the Mode of Baptism, to the Subjects, to the Import Item PreviewPages: