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A treatise on Christian baptism

by Joseph Agar Beet

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Published by Hodder and Stoughton in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Baptism.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesManual of Christian baptism
    Statementby Joseph Agar Beet.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination76 p. ;
    Number of Pages76
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22895624M
    OCLC/WorldCa36653606

    In Egypt, the Book of Going Forth by Day contains a treatise on the baptism of newborn children, which is performed to purify them of blemishes acquired in the womb. Water, especially the Nile's cold water, which was believed to have regenerative powers, is used to baptize the dead in a ritual based on the Osiris myth. CHAPTER I. REVIEW OF BISHOP KENRICK'S TREATISE. THE Roman Bishop of Philadelphia, in , published "A Treatise on baptism, with an Exhortation to receive it, translated from the works of St. Basil the Great, to which is added a Treatise on Confirmation," with the following motto: "Let a man so account of us as of the ministers of Christ and the ministers of the .

    Book Review: Luther’s Treatise “On Christian Freedom” and its Legacy By Robert Kolb Lexington Books/ Fortress Academic Review by Jamieson Spencer. I guess after half a millennium it is high time to re-examine the Reformation. Baptism. Under the heading of salvation, it is important at this point to touch on baptism. Although it may seem inconsistent to digress into what may be considered an "ordinance" or "sacrament" of the church after indulging in the metaphysical realities of being "in Christ" and being revealed as a son of God, it is necessary since so many of the early church fathers equated our regeneration.

    A Treatise on Re-Baptism De rebaptismate. A Treatise on Re-Baptism De rebaptismate. Authored By whether he is righteous or a sinner, and a perfect Christian or an imperfect one, who has not feared to confess the Lord at his own greatest peril. Further, also in the book of Judges, and in the books of Kings too, we observe that upon. PREFACE Showing the utility of the Treatise on Christian Doctrine. BOOK I The author divides his work into two parts, one relating to the discovery, the other to the expression, of the true sense of Scripture. He shows that to discover the meaning we must attend both to things and to signs, as it is necessary to know what things we ought to.


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Description. As this leaves my hand I have received a Handbook of Scriptural Church Principles published at the Wesleyan Book Room. I observe with pleasure, so far as a hasty perusal will permit, that its exposition of Christian Baptism is practically the same as that which I have here given.

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References to Baptism by early Christian Writers. 72 A TREATISE ON CHRISTIAN BAPTISM SECTION I. THE TEACHING OF THE NEW TESTAMENT. IN this treatise I shall discuss the purpose and A treatise on Christian baptism book cance of Christian Baptism, the proper subjects of the rite, the special significance and benefits of the Baptism of Infants, and the relation of baptized.

INTRODUCTION. This treatise is not a sermon in the ordinary acceptation of the term. It was not preached, but, according to the Latin usage of the word “sermo,” was rather “a discourse,” “a discussion,” “a disputation” concerning baptism. Even in popular usage, the term “sermon” implies careful preparation and the orderly arrangement of thought here, therefore, we have a.

Get this from a library. Treatise on Christian baptism: relating to the mode of baptism, to the subjects, to the import, design, and use of infant baptism, and to close communion. [Enoch Pond]. A treatise on Baptism with an exhortation to receive it, translated from the works of St. Basil the Great, to which is added a treatise on Confirmation by Basil of Caesarea.

Published by M. Fithian in Philadelphia. Written in EnglishPages:   A TREATISE ON BAPTISM. Lastly. If to baptize infants has been the general practice of the Christian Church in all places and in all ages, then this must have been the practice of the Apostles, and, consequently, the mind of Christ.

But to baptize infants has been the general practice of the Christian Church, in all places and in all ages. Tertullian of Carthage played a primary role in representing the traditional practice of baptism in the late second and third century church.

In fact, he wrote the first surviving treatise on baptism in his work entitled De Baptismo or On Baptism. The bulk of Tertullian’s thoughts and beliefs concerning baptism are represented in this treatise.

Written by Henry Danvers Earliest known book on baptism. Reprint of first edition. Brown hardcover with red highlights, bright gilt lettering on front cover and spine.

pages. Treatise on Christian Baptism: Relating to the Mode of Baptism, to the Subjects, to the Import Item PreviewPages: Baptism: A Practical Treatise For Plain People By Rev. John Edwin Whitteker In republishing this book, we seek to introduce this author to a new generation of those seeking spiritual truth.

No one is regarded as a Christian unless he is a member of the Christian Church. No one is a member of the Christian Church until he is baptized. The treatise On the Sacraments consists of six sermons delivered to the newly-baptized in Easter week.

They deal with Baptism, Confirmation, the Eucharist, the Lord’s Prayer, and Prayer. The work is nearly related to de Mysteriis, which it closely follows, embodying and expanding most of.

A TREATISE ON BAPTISM AND A TREATISE ON CONFIRMATION but christian baptism is the instrument of the Holy Spirit for the regeneration of the soul, and is made in the name of the three Divine Persons, whilst the baptism by John was an incentive to penance, and a symbol of the purification of the penitent, without the express invocation of the.

A Treatise on Baptism: With an Exhortation to Receive It, Translated from the Works of St. Basil the Great, to which is Added a Treatise on Confirmation: Authors: Francis Patrick Kenrick, Saint Basil (Bishop of Caesarea) Publisher: M.

Fithian, Original from: Harvard University: Digitized: Length: pages: Export Citation. Treatise Compiled by the Theologians Assembled at Smalcald, in the Year " Recommended Sites: In addition to basic text comprising The Book of Concord, provides historical introductions, a list resources for further study and a search utility.

Christian Baptism book. Read 27 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Christian Baptism Excellent treatise on the purpose of sacraments, the model of baptism, and efficacy of baptism.

This is a must read. People wanting to learn about baptism and Christian parents with infants/children. Shelves: /5. For of this adulterous, yea, murderous baptism, if there is any other author, it is then certainly a book devised by these same heretics on behalf of this same error, which is inscribed The Preaching of Paul; in which book, contrary to all Scriptures, you will find both Christ confessing His own sin— although He alone did no sin at all.

This book has four chapters each on a crucial aspect of being Christian: baptism, Bible, Eucharist and prayer. I read the Eucharist and prayer chapter post pandemic so perhaps that is why I was My church is using/used this book for our Lenten lunch series this year (canceled due to coronavirus)/5.David Henkel was writing some forty years earlier, leading the charge of confessional Lutheranism in America.

His treatise on Christian Baptism () aroused some controversy as a Methodist preacher, the Rev. Joseph Moore, published a series of strictures against it.