The baptism of adult believers only, asserted and vindicated; and that of infants disproved. In which is shewn, that the people called Anabaptists are of an apostolick original, and not a new upstart Sect; and that there have been in every Age, from Christ and the Apostles time, more or less, a People professing Believers Baptism, and rejecting that of Infants. With a postscript, containing some Reflections on Mr. Stokes's Compassionate Plea for Infants: and an appendix, containing a Discourse on Acts 2. 47. By Thomas Davye

Publication Date1719
Publisherprinted by John Darby in Bartholomew-Close



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