3 edition of An answer to the layman"s treatise on baptism found in the catalog.
An answer to the layman"s treatise on baptism
|Statement||By Thomas Nicholson. ; [Six lines of Scripture texts]|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 7983.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 49,  p.|
|Number of Pages||49|
The first of these is a treatise on the subject of Baptism, in which David Henkel responds to the work of the Methodist Joseph Moore. In it, he clearly and ably defends the Lutheran understanding of Baptismal regeneration against criticisms which are still common in the church today. Answers the question whether Tertullian (and the church in North Africa) rejected Infant Baptism (Paedobaptism). The passage in question from Tertullian is cited by Sean below: Tertullian, treatise on BAPT4 (c. AD ).
Philip Melanchthon, a layman, was a professor of Greek and theology at the University of Wittenberg. He was chiefly responsible for writing the Augsburg Confession, the Apology of the Augsburg Confession, and the Treatise on the Power and Primacy of the Pope. Martin Luther wrote the Small and Large Catechisms and the Smalcald Articles. Additionally, baptism is ordinarily the responsibility of the pastor of the parish where the person to be baptized lives (c. n. 1), since the pastor has been entrusted with overseeing the general spiritual welfare of all the Catholic faithful residing within the territory of his parish (cf. cc. and ).
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An answer to the layman's treatise on baptism: in which the author is pleased to say, that the Quaker doctrine of water baptism is considered, their objections answered, and the doctrine of the Church of England, upon that important point, stated and vindicated.
/ By Thomas Nicholson. ; [Six lines of Scripture texts] Nicholson, Thomas, An answer to the layman's treatise on baptism: in which the author is pleased to say, that the Quaker doctrine of water baptism is considered, their objections answered, and the doctrine of the Church of England, upon that important point, stated and vindicated.
Objection 1: It seems that a layman cannot baptize. Because, as stated above (A), to baptize belongs properly to the priestly order. But those things which belong to an order cannot be entrusted to one that is not ordained. Therefore it seems that a layman, who has no orders, cannot baptize.
The baptizing of infants defended from the objections of anti-paedo-Baptists: being an answer to "A treatise on infant baptism, by T. Pritchard, D.D., pastor of the Raleigh Baptist Church" by Mason, R. (Richard Sharp), ; Pritchard, Thomas Henderson, Treatise on infant baptismPages: 1. In the treatise which we wrote against the published epistle of Parmenianus to Tichonius, we promised that at some future time we would treat the question of baptism more thoroughly; and indeed, even if we had not made this promise, we are not unmindful that this is.
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He that has the Son has life; and he that has not the Son of God has not life. 1 John It seems, then, that it is not only the kingdom of heaven, but life also, which infants are not to have, if they have not the Son, whom they can only have by His baptism.
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Objection 3: Further, as Baptism is ordained for the salvation of mankind, so also is this sacrament, as is clear from what was said above (Q, A ; Q, A). But a layman can also baptize, as was stated above (Q, A). Consequently, the consecration of this sacrament is not proper to a priest.
The Acts of the Apostles. —See Introduction as to the title thus given to the Book. (1) The former treatise. —Literally, word, or discourse; but the English of the text is, perhaps, a happier equivalent than either. The Greek term had been used by Xenophon (Anab.
1; 1, 2) as St. Luke uses it, of what we should call the several “Books” or portions of his Histories. I answer that, The spiritual regeneration, which takes place in Baptism, is in a certain manner likened to carnal generation: wherefore it is written: "As new-born babes, endowed with reason desire milk [Vulg.: 'desire reasonable milk'] without guile." Now, in carnal generation the new-born child needs nourishment and guidance: wherefore, in spiritual generation also, someone is needed to undertake.
TERTULLIAN ON BAPTISM. By Tye Rambo. Introduction. The act of baptism is an ordinance of the Lord Jesus Christ that has been widely discussed and debated throughout the history of the church.
Christians have traditionally come to different conclusions regarding the purpose and meaning of baptism. This book represents an authentic reproduction of the text as printed by the original publisher. While we have attempted to accurately maintain the integrity of the original work Infant baptism from heaven, and not of men, or, An answer to Mr.
Danvers treatise of baptism wherein, as the vanity of his authorities are, though examined and confuted, by J. Whiston. Laying on of Hands UPON BAPTIZED BELIEVERS, As such, Proved an Ordinance of Christ. In Answer to Mr. Danvers 's former Book, Intituled, A Treatise of Laying on of Hands.
The Second Edition. WITH A brief ANSWER to a late Book, called, A Treatise concerning Laying on of Hands; written by a. According to Saint Thomas Aquinas (STh Supp q. 69, aa. ), Hell (Latin: Infernus) is divided into four sections or abodes: Gehenna.
This is hell in the strict sense, or the place of punishment for the damned, both demons or humans. Limbo of the Children. (Latin: limbus parvulorum) Where those who die in original sin alone. METAPHORICAL BAPTISM. Baptism, one of the Seven Sacraments of the Christian Church, frequently called the “first sacrament”, the “door of the sacraments”, and the “door of the Church “.
Full text of "Baptism: a treatise on the nature, perpetuity, subjects, administrator, mode, and use of the initiating ordinance of the Christian Church: with an appendix, containing strictures on Dr.
Howell's "Evils of infant baptism", etc." See other formats. If infants are guilty of original sin, then they are proper subjects of baptism, seeing, in the ordinary way, they cannot be saved, unless this be washed away by baptism." [The Modes and Subjects of Baptism by Milo Parker Jewett ()] Also, there are other works to be considered as well.
Dialectical Reason is a essentially a structure of thought-movement in which an initial position is found to have problems, then reason necessitates the creation of a second position which attempts to resolve these problems while sustaining what c.
A treatise concerning the covenant and baptism dialogue-wise, between a Baptist & a Poedo-Baptist [microform]: wherein is shewed, that believers only are the spirituall seed of Abraham, fully discovering the fallacy of the argument drawn from the birth priviledge: with some animadversions upon a book intituled Infant-baptism from heaven and not of men, defending the practise of baptizing.An Answer to the Layman's Treatise on Baptism in Which the Author Is Pleased to Say, That the Quaker Doctrine of Water Baptism Is Considered, Their Objections Answered, and the Doctrine of the Church of England, Upon That Important Point, Stated and Vindicated.
Williamsburg Va.: Printed by William Hunter. §1 For the licit baptism of an infant it is necessary that: 1° the parents or at least one of them or the person who lawfully takes their place gives consent; 2° there be a founded hope that the infant will be brought up in the Catholic religion; if such a hope is altogether lacking, the baptism is to be put off according to the.