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Author: Kaye, William.
Title: Baptism without bason. Or, Plain Scripture-proof against infant-baptism,: I. By way of answer to Mr. Baxter's arguments, and to the exercitations of Mr. Sidenham, teacher to a church a[t] Newcastle, concerning infants baptism: for which that their pretended consequences are from concessions not to be granted, and from Scriptures as mistaken, and absolutely wrested, is clearly discovered. With II. Several questions and answers, positively holding out the minde of Christ in baptizing of believers onely; and that the magistrates may be induced more and more to encourage the preaching thereof in publike. III. A declaration written to the election of grace, who for want of information are of contrary judgment. Written by William Kaye, minister of the Gospel at Stokesley.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Baptism without bason. Or, Plain Scripture-proof against infant-baptism,: I. By way of answer to Mr. Baxter's arguments, and to the exercitations of Mr. Sidenham, teacher to a church a[t] Newcastle, concerning infants baptism: for which that their pretended consequences are from concessions not to be granted, and from Scriptures as mistaken, and absolutely wrested, is clearly discovered. With II. Several questions and answers, positively holding out the minde of Christ in baptizing of believers onely; and that the magistrates may be induced more and more to encourage the preaching thereof in publike. III. A declaration written to the election of grace, who for want of information are of contrary judgment. Written by William Kaye, minister of the Gospel at Stokesley.
Kaye, William.

London: Printed by Ja. Cottrel, for Rich. Moon, at the seven stars in Paul's Church-yard, neer the great North-door, 1653.
Subject terms:
Infant baptism
Grace (Theology)
Sydenham, Cuthbert, -- 1622-1654. -- Christian, sober and plain exercitation on the two grand practical controversies of these times, infant-baptism and singing of Psalms.
Baxter, Richard, -- 1615-1691. -- Plain scripture proof or infants church-membership and baptism.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A87687.0001.001

Contents
title page
To all the brethren of the MINISTERY within the Election of Grace, which unfeignedly desire to preach Christ, and baptize in his Name, in Truth and Sincerity; Truth and Peace be multiplied.
A Word, by the way, to the presum∣ptuous Scandalizers and Persecutors of the gathered Churches, or of all that are called out of Babylon.
An ANSWER TO Mr. BAXTER's ARGUMENTS in his Book intituled Plain Scripture-proof for Infants Chruch-membership and Baptism.
An Answer to Mr. Sidenham's Book, INTITULED, A Christian, Sober, and Plain Exercita∣tion, on two grand Practical Con∣troversies of these Times; Infant-Baptism, & Singing of Psalms.
QUESTIONS and ANSWERS concerning the baptizing of Believers onely, the manner of the administration of the Ordinance, with the reasons that may in∣duce the Magistrate to encourage the preaching thereof in Publike.
A Declaration to the Election of Grace, who, for want of information, are either igno∣rant of, or enemies unto the Gospel-Ordinance of Baptizing of BELIEVERS onely.