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Author: Rothwell, John, d. 1661.
Title: Paedobaptismus vindicatus, or, Infant-baptism stated in an essay to evidence its lawfulness from the testimony of the Holy Scripture, especially St. Matthew, XXVIII, 19 : the grand, if not sole place, so much insisted on by the antipaedobaptists, to prove their mistaken principle : handled in a different method form other tracts on the subject, as appears in the contents : with an account of a conference publickly held with an antipaedobaptist of no small fame / by J.R., A.M., a Presbyter of te Church of England.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Paedobaptismus vindicatus, or, Infant-baptism stated in an essay to evidence its lawfulness from the testimony of the Holy Scripture, especially St. Matthew, XXVIII, 19 : the grand, if not sole place, so much insisted on by the antipaedobaptists, to prove their mistaken principle : handled in a different method form other tracts on the subject, as appears in the contents : with an account of a conference publickly held with an antipaedobaptist of no small fame / by J.R., A.M., a Presbyter of te Church of England.
Rothwell, John, d. 1661.

London: Printed for John Dunton ..., 1693.
Notes:
Written by John Rothwell. Cf. BM.
Errata: p. [1] at end.
Reproduction of original in Duke Universty Library.
Subject terms:
Infant baptism -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A57687.0001.001

Contents
title page
imprimatur
To the Truly Worshipful, my very highly Honoured Friend, WILLIAM STRONG ESQ one of Their Majesties Commissioners for the EX∣CIZE.
A PREFACE.
An Account of the Conference with Mr. M. C. upon the Subject of Infant-Baptism, and the Occasion of it.
A TABLE OF THE CONTENTS.
CHAP. I. An Introduction to the Subject dis∣coursed upon.
CHAP. II. Some Rational Arguments for Infant-Baptism.
CHAP. III. The true Sence of the Holy Jesus's Com∣mission unto his Blessed Disciples for the Administration of Baptism. St. Matth. xxviij. 19. makes for the Baptizing of Infants.
CHAP. IV. An Exposition of St. Matth. xxviij. 19. Whereby the Sence delivered is further cleared.
CHAP. V. The Exposition for clearing the Sence of St. Matthew xxviij. 19. further En∣larged.
CHAP. VI. The Sence of St. Matthew xxviij. 19. proved by the Coherence and Con∣nexion of the Words.
CHAP. VII. The Sence of St. Matthew xxviij.19. further evidenced from the Origi∣nal.
CHAP. VIII. The Sence of St. Matthew xxviij. 19. confirmed by an Exposition of Acts ij. 39. in General.
CHAP. IX. A further Conformation by a particular Exposition of Acts ij. 39.
CHAP. X. The Sense of St. Matth. xxviij. 19. strengthned by an Exposition of 1 Cor. vij. 14.
CHAP. XI. Some general Observations upon the Sense and Expositions delivered.
CHAP. XII. A Defence of the Expositions delivered from Jewish Customs.
CHAP. XIII. Authorities of the ancient Fathers to establish the Sense of the three Texts of Holy Scripture.
CHAP. XIV. The just Complaint of the Jews, if this Do∣ctrin be not true.
CHAP. XV. An Answer to an Objection that would overthrow the Sense given of St. Mat. xxviij. 19.
CHAP. XVI. An Answer to an Objection that would fore-undermine the Sense offered Acts 2.39.
CHAP. XVII. An Answer to an Objection that would overturn the Sense delivered of 1 Cor. vij. 14.
CHAP. XVIII. An Account whence Infant-Baptism results.
CHAP. XIX. An Appeal unto the Reason of Mankind.
CHAP. XX. The Conclusion of the whole Matter.
A PRAYER used by the Author after the publick Preaching and Delivery of these Dis∣courses.
Errata Corrigenda.