Tracts on baptism respecting the mode and subjects, of it. Now republished, I. Plunging, a subject of bigotry, when made essential to baptism. II. A plea for infants, or the scripture-doctrine of water-baptism stated. III. An appendix to the plea for infants, in which their right to baptism is vindicated against the reverend Mr. Joseph Burrough's attempt to exclude them, in his two discourses relating to positive institutions. IV. A farther defence of infant-baptism, occasioned by a pamphlet, called, the plea for infants impleaded, published at Canterbury, 1742. signed, Dan. Dobel. V. The challenge, occasioned by an answer to a late treatise on the subject and mode of baptism, wherein John's baptizing in rivers is accounted for, and his baptizing in them must have been by sprinkling, and not by plunging. VI. A defence of infant-baptism, or a vindication of the appendix, &c. against the reverend Mr. Joseph Burrough's defence of his two discourses. With an introduction to the whole. By Caleb Fleming

Main Author: Fleming, Caleb
Format: eBook
Published: London printed for Richard King at the Bible and Crown in Fore-street; and James Waugh at the Turk's Head in Gracechurch-street 1745, 1745
Online Access:
Collection: Eighteenth Century Collections Online / ECCO - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Item Description:English Short Title Catalog, T53371. - Reproduction of original from British Library. - The six tracts have their own pagination and register: all the tracts have separate titlepages, with different imprints, with dates varying between 1741 and 1744
Physical Description:Online-Ressource (32;35,[1];[4],iv,72;[2],42;[2],24;[2],31,[1];100p) 8°