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Facts and Evidences on the Subject of Baptism in a Letter to a Deacon of a Baptist Church; With Two Plates - By the Editor of Calmet's Dictionary of T by Books Group

Facts and Evidences on the Subject of Baptism in a Letter to a Deacon of a Baptist Church; With Two Plates - By the Editor of Calmet's Dictionary of T
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Author: Books Group
Page Count: 64 pages
Published Date: 05 Feb 2012
Publisher: General Books
Publication Country: Miami Fl, United States
Language: English
ISBN: 9781235707315
Download Link: Facts and Evidences on the Subject of Baptism in a Letter to a Deacon of a Baptist Church; With Two Plates - By the Editor of Calmet's Dictionary of T
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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1815. Excerpt: ... overflowed, and covered John himself, so that he rould not stand. The lustre of the disciple of life shone over the Jordan, the Jordan returned within its banks, and John stood on dry ground." "The river, overflowing, covered John himself." This was a phenomenon, then, a singular incident: for, the river did not overflow on account of ordinary baptisms; but on such occasions, John, standing on dry ground, was beyond its reach. Th's statement supports two decided inferences: 1. T iat John baptized in the Great Nmk; meaning, the name of the God of the Jews, Jeuovah 2. That he who baptised disciples as little children, couid have no aversion to the haptism of little childien themselves. And this-s lendered evident by the practice of his followers, who baptize children at forty days old: and who use a formula, importing, "I baptize thte with the baptism with which John the Baptist baptized.'" They say, they know not correctly the words which John used: and therefore they adopt this form;--in which the reader wilt per-. ceive an indisputable allusion to the sacred name: the name which no Jew ventured to pronounce; the true pronunciation of which, indeed, the Jews affirmed to be lost. These people also baptize by trine immersion; which is an unquestionable reference to the Trinity: --three pluagi/tgs, but one baptism. Compare what is already said, Letter iii. p. 24. It may be worth while to compare with this A ud mn the history as recorded in the Hebrew Gospel oiih.comm! Matthew. " And it came to pass, as the Lord as-in gsaiam. cended out of the water, that the whole fountain of the Holy Spirit descended, and rested upon him, and said unto him, "My son, 1 have expected thy coming in all the Prophets; and now Polltscri t / remain upon thee; thou art he in whom I...

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