1804.024: Sermons on Mode and Subjects of Christian Baptism.
Full Title: Sermons, on the mode and subjects of Christian baptism, or An attempt to shew that pouring or sprinkling, is a scriptural mode; and the infants of believers are proper subjects of the baptism instituted by Christ; : with an examination of various objections particularly those contained in a course of anonymous letters to Bishop Hoadly. By Joseph Lathrop, D.D. Pastor of the First Church in West-Springfield. ; To which is added, an appendix, containing the history of the origin of the Anabaptists, in four letters, by Nathan Perkins, A.M. pastor of a church in Hartford.
Author: Lathrop, Joseph, 1731-1820), and Nathan Perkins (1748-1838),
Place Issued: Richmond
Issuing Press: Thomas Nicolson, for William Marshell
Description: 68 pgs.; 19 cm. (12mo).
A reprinting of sermons by two Congregational ministers from New England; the collection was designed as a counter-argument to adult baptism, the work was first published in 1789 in Hartford, with a later Worcester edition in 1793; the timing of its publication suggests that Marshell contracted Nicolson to produce this edition in response to the evangelical activities of Baptist ministers that were a visible part of life on Virginia's Southside where he resided (Mecklenburg County); it is the only imprint known to have been issued under his name.
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