A farther defence of infant-baptism wherein The Infants Right, upon the Parent's Faith, is illustrated by those Miracles which Jesus Performed-Their Claim to Baptism farther supported, from their being God's Heritage-The Commission to go teach, baptizing, does not exclude them-and Rom. vi. 3, 4. Col. ii. 12. very absurdly understood and applied, by Adult-Baptizers, to Water-Baptism. This Defence of the Plea, was occasioned by a Pamphlet, call'd, The Plea for Infants impleaded, &c. published at Canterbury, 1742, signed, Dan. Dobel. And is addressed To Adult-Baptizers in general, more particularly to those of the County of Kent

Main Author: Fleming, Caleb
Format: eBook
Published: [Canterbury] Sold by Mr. Fenner, Bookseller in Canterbury 1742, [1742]
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Collection: Eighteenth Century Collections Online / ECCO - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Item Description:Anonymous. By Caleb Fleming.- In: 'Tracts on baptism, respecting the mode and subjects of it. Now republished, .. ' London, 1745. - English Short Title Catalog, T53372. - Price from imprint: Price 4d. and by J. Brackstone, at the Globe in Cornhill, London. Where may be had, The Plea for Infants, price 1s. and the Appendix to the Plea, Price 6d. - Reproduction of original from British Library
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