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A discourse on the nature and subjects of Christian baptism

A discourse on the nature and subjects of Christian baptism

By Moses Hemmenway, A.M. Pastor of a church in Wells.

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Published by Printed by N. Coverly and R. Hodge in Boston .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesEighteenth century -- reel 3721, no. 02 ; reel 9813, no. 06.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination91,[5]p.
Number of Pages91
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18356058M

In short, those who will be at the trouble to consult the large extracts from the writings of Augustine, among other Christian fathers, in the learned Wall's History of Infant Baptism, will find that venerable father declaring again and again that he never met with any Christian, either of the general church, or of any of the sects, nor with. Jan 17,  · Since infants are incapable of faith, repentance, or belief, they should not be considered proper subjects of baptism. However, proponents of infant baptism have raised a number of objections. In his work Christian Baptism, The superiority lies not in the spiritual nature of the New Covenant over the physical nature of the Old because.

Discourse of the Nature of Regeneration, by Stephen Charnock (HTML at CCEL) The Mode and Subjects of Baptism (Boston: Gould, Kendall, and Lincoln, A Demonstration of the Gross and Fundamental Errors of a Late Book, called A Plain Account of the Nature and End of the Sacrament of the Lord's Supper. The Collected Works of Charles Hodge brings together Hodge's extensive body of work—almost 14, pages—with the power of Logos Bible Software. This massive collection includes: Over 4, pages of articles, essays, tracts, and book reviews he contributed to the Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review and other theological journals; Four commentaries that contain verse-by-verse commentary.

Otherwise in the New Testament, the root word from which baptism is derived is used to designate the laving with water, and it is employed when speaking of Jewish lustrations, and of the baptism of John, as well as of the Christian Sacrament of Baptism (cf. Heb., vi, 2; Mark, vii, 4). Filed under: Regeneration (Theology) Discourse of the Efficient of Regeneration, by Stephen Charnock (HTML at CCEL) Infant-baptism: Essays on I. The nature, uses, and subjects of the sacraments of the New Testament. II. On regeneration, wherein the principle of spiritual life thereby implanted, is particularly considered.


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Get this from a library. A discourse on the nature and subjects of Christian baptism. [Moses Hemmenway]. A Discourse on the Nature, the Proper Subjects, and the Benefits of Baptism: With a Brief Appendix, on the Mode of Administering the Ordinance (Classic Reprint) [Samuel Stanhope Smith] on hotellewin.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

Excerpt from A Discourse on the Nature, the Proper Subjects, and the Benefits of Baptism: With a Brief AppendixAuthor: Samuel Stanhope Smith. A Discourse on the Nature and Design: The Benefits and Proper Subjects of Baptism [Robert Jr.

Finley] on hotellewin.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. This scarce antiquarian book is a facsimile reprint of the original. Due to its age, it may contain imperfections such as marksAuthor: Robert Jr. Finley. To these topics we shall direct our attention in the present discourse, viz., the nature and perpetuity of Christian baptism,-the proper subjects of this ordinance,-and the mode or modes in which it may be validly administered.

Point One: The nature and perpetuity of Christian baptism. Baptism is. Samuel Stanhope Smith's Discourse on the Nature, the Proper Subjects, and the Benefits of Baptism, with a Brief Appendix, on the Mode of Administering the Ordinance.

Samuel Miller's Appendix on Waldenses no Anabaptists, but Presbyterians. The Protestant Doctrine of Baptism in Opposition to The Heresies of the Anabaptists. Baptism (from the Greek noun βάπτισμα baptisma; see below) is a Christian rite of admission and adoption, almost invariably with the use of water, into Christianity.

It may be performed by sprinkling or pouring water on the head, or by immersing in water either partially or completely. The synoptic gospels recount that John the Baptist baptised Jesus. I see a problem with it. Infant baptism means disobeying Matthew Ideally one gets baptized when becoming a disciple.

Main reasons for infant baptism seem to be tradition (therefore contradicting "sola scriptura"), or superstition that the baby is magically saved by the water, or the words, or the act (in any case, a form of idolatry).

Wilhelmus a’ Brakel explains the Scripturalness of Infant Baptism, and the subjects of baptism in general. He gives a helpful paragraph on what baptism is all about based on his systematic work on the subject.

Be sure to read his first paragraph thoroughly. We have thus. Add to Book Bag Remove from Book Bag. Saved in: The history of baptism. A discourse on the nature and subjects of Christian baptism.

by: A treatise on the nature and subjects of Christian baptism. by: Hemmenway, Moses, Published: () A discourse. The Church as a Christian Community Essay; a theologian and religious scholar at Ursuline College describes this presence in her book Christian Thought and Practice, saying that: “As a community of believers, the church plays a vital role in the way individual Christians experience their faith.

Baptism is a sacred rite that admits a. Full text of "The mode and subjects of Christian baptism, considered in two discourses " See other formats. Concerning the subjects of baptism, eucharist, and penance, however, the discourse turns inwards and becomes more substantive, seeking to create and maintain theories of ritual and human nature coherent with the theological principles of the new religion.

A Discourse on the Nature, the Proper Subjects, and the Benefits of BaptismSamuel Stanhope Smith ().-A sermon defending the baptism of infants together with a discussion of why Presbyterians baptize using sprinkling or pouring rather than immersion.

A Discourse Delivered on the 22d of February, At the Funeral of the Rev. Gilbert Tennent Snowden, Pastor of the Presbyterian Church of Cranberry, in the State of New-Jersey.

A Discourse on the Nature, the Proper Subjects and the Benefits of Baptism: With a Brief Appendix on the Mode of Administering the Ordinance. For almost forty years Charles Hodge contributed book reviews to The Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review.

Far from the traditional book review, Hodge's critique of the book(s) most times served as a leaping point for discussing various topics, including politics, slavery, ecclesiasal matters, doctrinal discussions, and more.

Nov 19,  · We will write a custom research paper sample on Baptism By Immersion:A Discourse On The Merits Of Baptism By Immersion specifically Jesus did not go through a Christian baptism but a Jewish one.

it does not give sufficient grounds to think that it is curable by baptism. Moreover, the human nature is a sinful nature. It is not sin in. A Discourse of the Nature of Regeneration.

Stephen Charnock. Therefore if any man be in Christ, he is a new creature: old things are passed away; behold, all things are become new.—2 Cor. The apostle in those words, ver. 13, 'For whether we be besides ourselves, it is to God; or whether we be sober, it is for your cause,' defends his speaking so much of his integrity; though some.

- Baptism: The Design, Mode, and Subjects. Slater, William - Should Fermented Wine Be Used in the Lord's Supper. Smith, Samuel Stanhope - A Discourse on the Nature, the Proper Subjects, and the Benefits of Baptism.

Sommerville, William - A Dissertation on the Nature and Administration of the Ordinance of Baptism. Infant Baptism: Scriptural and Reasonable - by Rev. Samuel Miller Who are to be considered as the proper subjects of Christian baptism.

That baptism ought to be administered to all adult persons, who profess faith in Christ, and obedience to him, and who have not been baptized in their infancy, is not doubted by any. Infant Baptism.

2 See a discussion on Christian Baptism, are alike the proper subjects of Christian baptism. His first is-- Logical Argument, No. I"All of us are by nature children of wrath, being stained by sin.

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web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation.This is a debate book dealing with the effects of baptism and how it is to be performed. Originally published in Campbell, Alexander - Christian Baptism This book contains an in-depth study on the action, subjects, and results of baptism.

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