Infants sprinkling, an unscriptural doctrine: or A defence of some former remarks on a piece entitled A plea for infants-Baptism: and an answer to a late pamphlet, call'd, A farther defence.- [electronic resource] : Wherein the author's self-contradiction, fallacy, and inconclusiveness, is made manifest; together with the weakness of his argument for infant-Baptism; and in particular, that from the miracles of Christ.- the commission of Christ the authority for Christian Baptism, - infants excluded, by order of the commission,- adult baptizers sense of Rom. vi. 3, 4. Col. ii. 12. still tenable by them. To which is added, some further remarks on the plea.- and on the defence thereof; and in particular, on the author's argument for infants being the proepr subjects of Baptism, on account of Christ's washing his disciples feet; they being ignorant of his design and intention therein.- With reflections thereon, and application thereof, to the author of the plea.- By Daniel Dobel.

Dobel, Daniel, 1700-1782.
Canterbury : Printed for the author, and sold at his house in Cranbrook, 1743.
40p. ; 8⁰.
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Theology, Doctrinal -- Early works to 1800.
Infant baptism -- Early works to 1800.
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Great Britain England Canterbury.
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Caleb Fleming's 'A farther defence of infant baptism' was published in Canterbury in [1742].
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Reproduction of original from Bodleian Library (Oxford).
Cited in:
Smith, J. Anti-Quakeriana, p.151
English Short Title Catalog, T186432.
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