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Author: Hammon, George.
Title: Truth and innocency, prevailing against error and insolency:: wherein is examined and discovered these following particulars. I. Whether Baptism be sprinkling or dipping. II. Whether the subject to be baptised, be infants or believers. III. Whether the punishment of original sin, be the first or second death. IV. Whether man be in an immortal estate before the resurrection. V. As touching the resurrection, whether these bodies of ours shall rise again & be made immortal, or whether it will be another body. VI. Of Gods love to the whole lump of mankind make known. VII. Of the personal raign of our blessed saviour upon Earth ... by way of answer to Mr. Hezekiah Holland, sometimes preacher at Sutton-Valence in Kent ... a second part: wherein is proved, that all the laws and statutes of King Jesus ... are practicable ... with many objections answered. It being an answer to one Mr. Simon Hendon of Benenden in Kent. / By George Hammon, Pastor to the church of Christ in Biddenden, Kent.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Truth and innocency, prevailing against error and insolency:: wherein is examined and discovered these following particulars. I. Whether Baptism be sprinkling or dipping. II. Whether the subject to be baptised, be infants or believers. III. Whether the punishment of original sin, be the first or second death. IV. Whether man be in an immortal estate before the resurrection. V. As touching the resurrection, whether these bodies of ours shall rise again & be made immortal, or whether it will be another body. VI. Of Gods love to the whole lump of mankind make known. VII. Of the personal raign of our blessed saviour upon Earth ... by way of answer to Mr. Hezekiah Holland, sometimes preacher at Sutton-Valence in Kent ... a second part: wherein is proved, that all the laws and statutes of King Jesus ... are practicable ... with many objections answered. It being an answer to one Mr. Simon Hendon of Benenden in Kent. / By George Hammon, Pastor to the church of Christ in Biddenden, Kent.
Hammon, George.

London: Printed for the author, in the year, 1660.
Subject terms:
Sin, Original
Resurrection
God -- Love
Baptism
Jesus Christ -- Person and offices
Holland, Hezekiah, -- fl. 1638-1661
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A87006.0001.001

Contents
title page
THE EPISTLE DEDICATORY TO Mr. Hezekiah Holland.
THE Epistle to the Reader.
THE CONTENTS OF THE Principal Matters Contained in this BOOK.
ERRATA.
Truth and Innocency, Prevailing against Error and Insolency.
The Discourse of the Subject which is to be Baptized, whether Beleeving Men and Women, or Infants?
position
Position 2. That Infants (as such) are not fit Subjects of Baptism.
Some Objections ANSWERED, TOUCHING Original Sinne.
Position 1. That the Sin which Adam committed in Paradice, did not make him (and his) guilty of, and liable to the Second Death.
A DISCOURSE Touching the Mortality of the Soul.
THE Resurrection of the Body PROVED.
Gods Love to Man-kind DISCOVERED.
OF The Personal Raigne OF OUR BLESSED SAVIOUR AND HIS SAINTS UPON EARTH.
That Christ and the Saints are to receive and possess a King∣dome, and raign upon Earth.
The Battel of the great day.
title page
The Epistle Dedicatory TO Mr. Simon Henden, and his Son John.
THE Epistle to the Reader.
The Good Ancient Laws and Statutes OF KING JESUS VINDICATED.
EIGHTEEN QUERIES ANSWERED. Being desired by a Letter (from a Friend and Bro∣ther in London) to answer some Queries propounded there∣in; I shall in a brief way give my Answer unto them, shewing my opinion concerning them.