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A reply to some essays lately published by John Cotton, Esq; (of Plymouth) relating to baptism. Wherein it is attempted to shew, that the practice of persons owning the covenant, (as it is called) and enjoying baptism for their children, while they neglect to come to the Lord's Supper, is unscriptural and of dangerous tendency. Also, a vindication of the author from several injurious aspersions contained in Mr. Cotton's remarks on some letters that passed relative to this point. By Chandler Robbins, A.M. Pastor of the First Church in Plymouth. [Seven lines of Scripture texts]
- Robbins, Chandler, 1738-1799.
An impartial account of a late debate at Lyme in the colony of Connecticut, (on the three following heads, viz. I. The subjects of baptism. II. The mode of baptizing. and III. The maintenance of the ministers of the Gospel) giving a summary of what was there delivered, o both sides. Publish'd at the desire of some then present. Together, with a disswasive not to depart from the wholesome truths, which people have been instructed in. Also giving some account of the rise of the Antipedo-Baptist perswasion. By John Bulkley, A.M. To which is added, a narrative of one lately converted from dreadful errors: by another hand.
- Bulkley, John, 1679-1731.
- M,DCC,XXIX.