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Author: Houghton, Aylmer.
Title: An antidote against Hen. Haggar's poysonous pamphlet, entitled, The foundation of the font discovered: or, A reply wherein his audaciousness in perverting holy scriptures and humane writings is discovered,: his sophistry in arguing against infant-baptism, discipleship, church membership &c. is detected, his contradictions demonstrated; his cavils agains M. Cook, M. Baxter, and M. Hall answered, his raylings rebuked, and his folly manifested. By Aylmar Houghton minister of the gospel of Jesus Christ, and teacher to the congregation of Prees, in the county of Salop.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: An antidote against Hen. Haggar's poysonous pamphlet, entitled, The foundation of the font discovered: or, A reply wherein his audaciousness in perverting holy scriptures and humane writings is discovered,: his sophistry in arguing against infant-baptism, discipleship, church membership &c. is detected, his contradictions demonstrated; his cavils agains M. Cook, M. Baxter, and M. Hall answered, his raylings rebuked, and his folly manifested. By Aylmar Houghton minister of the gospel of Jesus Christ, and teacher to the congregation of Prees, in the county of Salop.
Houghton, Aylmer.

London: printed for Tho. Parkhust [sic], and are to be sold at his shop over-against the great conduit, at the lower end of Cheapside, 1659 [i.e. 1658]
Subject terms:
Infant baptism
Haggar, Henry. -- Foundation of the font discovered to the view of all that desire to behold it.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A86599.0001.001

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To the truly honoured, and his indeared friend the worshipfull THOMAS HUNT Esq Major of the Corporation of Salop. A praise-worthy Patriot, and professed Patron of piety, without respect of persons even of all that love the truth in Sincerity.
To the READER.
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CHAP. I. Concerning the Saints Foundation.
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CHAP. II. Concerning Christs Precept.
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CHAP. III. Concerning Examples.
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CHAP. IV. Of the Font.
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CHAP. V. Of the Rise of Infant-Baptism.
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CHAP. VI. Of Constituting Churches, and Church-members.
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CHAP. VII Of Nationall Churches.
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CHAP. VIII. Of Affirming a Negative, and teaching the Law.
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CHAP. IX. Of Mr BAXTER'S Ten Positions.
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CHAP. X. Concerning Consequences drawn from Scripture, &c.
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CHAP. XI. Of Believers Infants being in Covenant in Gospel-times.
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CHAP. XII. Whether the Infants of Christians, and of Heathens, are in the same condition, as to their Souls?
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CHAP. XIII. Whether Infants of Believing Parents are Church-members?
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CHAP. XIV. Of the Disciple-ship of INFANTS.
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CHAP. XV. Whether the Anabaptist's way of Baptizing bee Sinfull.
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CHAP. XVII. Of Humane Learning in a Minister of Christ.
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CHAP. XVIII Of Infant-Baptism.
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CHAP. XX. Of the Magistrates Power.
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