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Author: Acton, Samuel, d. 1740?
Title: A modest reply: humbly offer'd, as an answer to, and confutation of seven arguments collected and deliver'd by Mr. Samuel Lawrence, in a sermon preach'd at his meeting-house in Namptwich, Octob. 16th, 1691, whereby he would shew, that the infants of professing Christians ought to be baptized : with a seasonable word to my brethren of the baptized church / presented by the most unworthiest of her servants, S.A.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A modest reply: humbly offer'd, as an answer to, and confutation of seven arguments collected and deliver'd by Mr. Samuel Lawrence, in a sermon preach'd at his meeting-house in Namptwich, Octob. 16th, 1691, whereby he would shew, that the infants of professing Christians ought to be baptized : with a seasonable word to my brethren of the baptized church / presented by the most unworthiest of her servants, S.A.
Acton, Samuel, d. 1740?, Lawrence, Samuel.

London: Printed for the author ..., 1692.
Subject terms:
Infant salvation.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A75851.0001.001

Contents
title page
Mr SAMƲEL LAWRENCE,
TO THE READER. Friends and Brethren, more particularly you who were present at the SERMON preach'd from 1 Cor. 7.14. by Mr. Lawrence at his Meeting-House in Namp∣twich, Octob. 18. 1691; for whose sakes, next to the Glory of GOD, and our LORD JESUS CHRIST, I have wrote these Lines as an Answer to his Seven Arguments, whereby he would prove, That the Infants of Profes∣sing Christians ought to be Baptized.
A Modest Reply, TO Mr SAMƲEL LAWRENCE HIS Seven Arguments. FOR Admitting the Infants of Professing Christians into the CHURCH of CHRIST by Baptism, deli∣ver'd in a SERMON by him preach'd in Namptwich, Octob. 18th, 1691.
First ARGUMENT,
First ANSWER.
Second ARGUMENT.
Second ANSWER.
Third ARGUMENT.
Third ANSWER.
Fourth ARGUMENT.
Fourth ANSWER.
Fifth ARGUMENT.
Fifth ANSWER.
Sixth ARGUMENT.
Sixth ANSWER.
Seventh ARGUMENT.
Seventh ANSWER.
An APPENDIX. Seven Arguments shewing that Infants ought not to be Baptized.
The CONCLUSION. Being a Word to my Brethren of the Baptized CHƲRCHES.