3 edition of Remarks on the Rev. Mr. Barnard"s Discourse on baptism found in the catalog.
Remarks on the Rev. Mr. Barnard"s Discourse on baptism
Price, William minister of Ebenezer Chapel, Leeds
by printed by James Bowling, and may be had at the Vestry of Ebenezer Chapel in Leeds
Written in English
|Series||Eighteenth century -- reel 7738, no. 29.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||70|
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Barnard. Together with Some Remarks on the Rev. Joseph Middleton's Letters. [Samuel Barnard]. He wrote one small pamphlet of seventy pages: "Remarks on the Rev. Bamard's Discourse on Baptism, in three letters to a friend," whose title sufficiently indicates both subject and object of Price's thoughts.
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In a day in which many believers either downplay the importance of baptism, refuse to be baptized, call it a minor issue, or argue over the proper mode of baptism, this book is a welcomed voice.
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of Daniel Travis. Graduatedbegan preaching, Inhe preached at Yarmouth, and in was appointed Chaplain in the expedition against Port Royal (now Annapolis, Nova Scotia). In he went to Barbados and then to England.Impar conatui, or, Mr. J.B. the author of an answer to the animadversions on the Dean of St.
Paul's vindication of the Trinity rebuk'd: and prov'd to be wholly unfit for the great work he hath undertaken: with some account of the late scandalous animadversions on Mr. Hill's book intituled A vindication of the primitive fathers : in a letter to the Reverend Mr.
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