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Immersion proved to be not a scriptural mode of baptism but a Romish invention, and immersionists shewn to be disregarding divine authority in refusing baptism to the infant children of believers 2 editions

Cover of: Immersion proved to be not a scriptural mode of baptism but a Romish invention, and immersionists shewn to be disregarding divine authority in refusing baptism to the infant children of believers by W. A. MacKay
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2 editions First published in 1881

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Cover of: Immersion proved to be not a scriptural mode of baptism but a Romish invention, and immersionists shewn to be disregarding divine authority in refusing baptism to the infant children of believers
Cover of: Immersion proved to be not a scriptural mode of baptism but a Romish invention, and immersionists shewn to be disregarding divine authority in refusing baptism to the infant children of believers

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