|Title:||A few lines touching baptism shewing, I. What baptism is, with its signification, II. Who are fit subjects to be baptized, III. The good old way of baptizing, IV. Some objections answered / by Matthew Fenn.|
|Publication info:||Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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A few lines touching baptism shewing, I. What baptism is, with its signification, II. Who are fit subjects to be baptized, III. The good old way of baptizing, IV. Some objections answered / by Matthew Fenn.
London: Printed for Matthew Fenn ..., 1697.
Reproduction of original in the British Library.
Baptism -- Early works to 1800.
I. What Baptism is.
What Baptism is.
II. Who may be Baptized.
Who may be Baptized.
III. The good old Way of Baptizing.
The Good Old Way of Baptizing.
IV. Some Objections answered.
The First Objection.
Answer to the First Objection.
The Second Objection.
The Third Objection.
The Fourth Objection.
The Fifth Objection.
The Call to Submit.
By another Hand.