3 edition of A treatise of the vanity of childish-baptisme found in the catalog.
A treatise of the vanity of childish-baptisme
|Statement||by A. R.|
|Series||Early English books, 1641-1700 -- 252:E.152, no. 4.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 32  p.|
|Number of Pages||32|
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Extended title: A treatise of the vanity of childish-baptisme: wherein the deficiency of the baptisme of the Church of England is considered in five particulars thereof. And wherein also is proved, that baptizing is dipping, and dipping baptizing. by A. R Alternate titles: Treatise of the vanity of childish baptisme.
Part 1. A Treatise of the Vanity of Childish-Baptisme Andrew Ritor, © New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary & Lloyd A. Harsch. A treatise of the vanity of childish-baptisme: wherein the deficiency of the baptisme of the Church of England is considered in five particulars thereof: and wherein also is proved that baptizing is dipping, and dipping baptizing.
A treatise of the vanity of childish-baptisme wherein the deficiency of the baptisme of the Church of England is considered in five particulars thereof. And wherein also is proved, that baptizing is dipping, and dipping baptizing. by A. Treatise of the vanity of childish baptisme.
By Andrew. Ritor. Abstract , 30 tion on Thomason copy: "July 4th ".Reproduction of the original in the British Library Topics: Infant baptism Author: Andrew. Ritor. A learned and full ansvver to a treatise intitvled, the vanity of childish baptisme: wherein the severall arguments brought to overthrow the lawfulnesse of infant baptisme, together with the answers to those arguments maintaining its lawfulnesse are duly examined: as also the question concerning the necessitie of dipping in baptisme is fully discussed.
A treatise of the vanity of childish-baptisme:: wherein the deficiency of the baptisme of the Church of England is considered in five particulars thereof. And wherein also is proved, that baptizing is dipping, and dipping baptizing.
by A. A Treatise of the Vanity of Childish-Baptisme: wherein the deficiency of England is confidered in five particulars thereof, and wherein also is proved, that baptizing is dipping, and dipping baptizing.
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A Christian plea for infants baptisme: or, A confvtation of some things written by A.R. in his treatise entitutled The second part of the vanitie and childishnesse of infants baptisme: in the answer whereof, the lawfulnesse of infants baptisme is defended, and the arguments against it disproved, by sufficient grounds and forcible reasons, drawn from the sweet fountains of holy scripture.
A Christian plea for Christians baptisme: raised from the grave of apostasie. or, a short treatise, being a reproof of some things written by A. in his treatise, intituled, The vanitie of childish baptisme. A Treatise of the Vanity of Childish-Baptisme has added A Treatise of the Vanity of Childish-Baptisme: wherein the deficiency of England is confidered in five particulars thereof, and wherein also is proved, that baptizing is dipping, and dipping baptizing by Andrew Ritor, an old defense of adult baptism and criticism of child.
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It is a mighty beast of a book though which requires a great deal of effort from the reader to get through/5(). Treatise V. An Address to Demetrianus.
Treatise VI. On the Vanity of Idols Treatise VII. On the Mortality. Treatise VIII. On Works and Alms. Treatise IX. On the Advantage of Patience.
Treatise X. On Jealousy and Envy. Treatise XI. Exhortation to Martyrdom, Addressed to Fortunatus. Treatise XII. Three Books of Testimonies Against the Jews.
A Treatise of the Vanity of Childish-Baptisme: This book is a very helpful summary of various ways paedobaptists have attempted to deal with the “law of works” aspect of the Mosaic Covenant.
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