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Author: Etherington, John, fl. 1641-1645.
Title: The Anabaptists ground-work for reformation: or, New planting of churches,: that no man, woman, nor child, may be baptized, but such as have justifying faith, and doe make profession thereof, before, to the baptizer, found false, with all things depending thereon. As being contrary to the Scriptures, and to the examples of Christ and his Apostles, ... Proved by severall arguments. Whereunto one T.L. a principall baptizer, (and apostle in their account) hath given his answers. Unto which answers, replies are also made by I.E. and some arguments annexed, proving, that the children of all such beleevers as were baptized, and so received into the Church, might be baptized, and received also. With a brief declaration what the true reformation is, and shal be, farre above these Anabaptists, and all such carnall builders conceits. And who the two witnesses of God are, by whom chiefly it is to be performed. Imprimatut [sic]. Iames Cranford,
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: The Anabaptists ground-work for reformation: or, New planting of churches,: that no man, woman, nor child, may be baptized, but such as have justifying faith, and doe make profession thereof, before, to the baptizer, found false, with all things depending thereon. As being contrary to the Scriptures, and to the examples of Christ and his Apostles, ... Proved by severall arguments. Whereunto one T.L. a principall baptizer, (and apostle in their account) hath given his answers. Unto which answers, replies are also made by I.E. and some arguments annexed, proving, that the children of all such beleevers as were baptized, and so received into the Church, might be baptized, and received also. With a brief declaration what the true reformation is, and shal be, farre above these Anabaptists, and all such carnall builders conceits. And who the two witnesses of God are, by whom chiefly it is to be performed. Imprimatut [sic]. Iames Cranford,
Etherington, John, fl. 1641-1645., Lamb, Thomas, d. 1686.

London: printed by M. Simmons in Aldersgate-street, 1644.
Subject terms:
Anabaptists
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A84133.0001.001

Contents
title page
The Preface to the Reader,
The Anabaptists Ground-worke for Reformation, or new planting of Churches, found false, and disproved.
part 1
The Inquiry of T. L. to this.
The Reply of I. E. to this Quere.
The first Argument of I. E.
The answer of T. L.
The Reply of I. E.
The second Argument.
The answer of T. L.
The Reply of I. E.
The third Argument.
The Answer of T. L.
The Reply of I. E.
The fourth Argument.
preface
To this preface of the Argument T. L. first answers, saying,
The Reply of I. E. to this.
The Argument it selfe.
The answer of T. L.
The Reply of I. E.
The fifth Argument.
The Answer of T. L.
The Reply of I. E.
The sixt Argument.
The Answer of T. L.
The reply of I. E.
Severall Arguments proving by necessary Conse∣quence from the Scriptures, that the little children of all such beleevers of the Gospel as may rightly, according to the rule of Christ, be received into the outward state of the Church, by outward bap∣tisme, may also be baptized and received.
The first Argument.
The second Argument.
The third Argument.
The fourth Argument.
The fifth Argument.
An Objection.
Answer.
The sixth Argument.
The seventh Argument.
errata
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