|Author:||Walker, William, 1623-1684.|
|Title:||Baptismåon didachåe, the doctrine of baptisms, or, A discourse of dipping and sprinkling wherein is shewed the lawfulness of other ways of baptization, besides that of a total immersion, and objections against it answered / by William Walker ...|
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2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Baptismåon didachåe, the doctrine of baptisms, or, A discourse of dipping and sprinkling wherein is shewed the lawfulness of other ways of baptization, besides that of a total immersion, and objections against it answered / by William Walker ...
Walker, William, 1623-1684.
London: Printed for Robert Pawlet ..., 1678.
First word of title in Greek.
"Imprimatur, Guil. Jane, Feb. 22. 1677."
Errata: p. .
Reproduction of original in the Union Theological Seminary Library.
Water -- Religious aspects.
TO THE Most Reverend Father in GOD WILLIAM SANCROFT By Divine Providence LORD ARCH-BISHOP OF CANTERBURY, Primate of all England and Metropolitane, WILLIAM WALKER RECTOR of COLSTERWORTH Wisheth all the Happiness of this Present, and of the Future State.
THE PREFACE TO THE READER.
, THE DOCTRINE of BAPTISMS: OR, A DISCOƲRSE OF Dipping and Sprinkling, &c.
CHAP. I. The Text. Several ways of Baptizing. The Grounds of all, the same.
CHAP. II. Several acceptions of , and how 'tis taken here.
CHAP. III., how rendred by Divines and Gramma∣rians.
CHAP. IV. Of the Primitive Verb ; that it doth not signifie only to dip.
CHAP. V. That doth not always signifie only to dip.
CHAP. VI. Of , that it doth not always import a total immersion.
CHAP. VII. Of the Hebrew , and the Syriac : and that they do not universally signifie a total immersion.
CHAP. VIII. not restrained to a total immersion amongst Christians by the practice of it among the Jews.
CHAP. IX. The agreeableness of baptizing by aspersion or affusion unto the Nature of Baptism.
CHAP. X. Other ways of baptizing besides that of a total im∣mersion used in the Church, in all, or most Ages and Places of it.
CHAP. XI. Answers to Authorities produced to the contrary, by Mr. Danvers, from divers Grammarians, Di∣vines, and other Writers.
CHAP. XII. Answers to Authorities produced by Mr. Danvers from Commentators, &c.
CHAP. XIII. Answers to more Authorities produced by Mr. Danvers, from Historians, Casuists, and other Polemical, as well as Didactical Writers.
CHAP. XIV. The Churches Grounds for admitting of Sprinkling, in general.
CHAP. XV. The Churches particular Inducements to admit of Sprinkling.
CHAP. XVI. The Institution of Christ not violated by Sprinkling; and the agreeableness of That, with the primary design of Baptism further manifested.
A CATALOGUE of BOOKS printed for, and sold by Robert Pawlet at the Sign of the Bible in Chancery-Lane near Fleetstreet.