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Cata-baptism, or new baptism, waxing old, and ready to vanish away: in two parts. The former containes LVIII. considerations, (with their respective proofs, and consectaries) pregnant for the healing of the common scruples touching the subject of baptism, and manner of baptizing : The latter, contains an answer to a discours against Infant-baptism, published not long since by W. A. under the title of, Some baptismall abuses briefly discovered, &c. In both, sundry things, not formerly insisted on, are discovered and discussed. 1 edition

Cata-baptism, or new baptism, waxing old, and ready to vanish away
Goodwin, John

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Cata-baptism, or new baptism, waxing old, and ready to vanish away
in two parts. The former containes LVIII. considerations, (with their respective proofs, and consectaries) pregnant for the healing of the common scruples touching the subject of baptism, and manner of baptizing : The latter, contains an answer to a discours against Infant-baptism, published not long since by W. A. under the title of, Some baptismall abuses briefly discovered, &c. In both, sundry things, not formerly insisted on, are discovered and discussed.
By HJ. G. a minister of the Gospel of Jesus Christ.

Published 1655 by printed for H. Cripps and L. Lloyd, and are to be sold at their shops neer the Castle in Cornhil, and in Popes-head-alley in London .
Written in English.

Edition Notes

Author given on title page as "J. G. a Minister of the Gospel of Jesus Christ". Author identified from Wing.

One line English quotation on title page: "And were all baptized into Moses, &c. I Cor.10.2" One line English quotation on title page: "I indeed baptize you with water unto repentance. Mat.3.11." Three line Latin quotation on title page: "Baptismus est lavaorum [partly obliterated] regenerationis, sed not ita, ut regenerati tantum illo deb.....ari [partly obliterated], sed etiam regenerandi. Musc. in Mat.22.41,42." Two line Latin quotation on title page: "Baptizantur infantes in futuram pœnitentiam & fiden. Calv. Instit. lib 4.c. 16. 20".

Reference: Wing G1155.

The Physical Object

Pagination
[87],2-406,[18]p. ;
Number of pages
406

ID Numbers

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OL17371561M

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