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A reply to the frivilous and impertinent ansvver of R.B. to the discourse of P.B.

A reply to the frivilous and impertinent ansvver of R.B. to the discourse of P.B.

in which discourse is shewed that the baptisme in the defection of Antichrist, is the ordinance of God, notwithstanding the corruptions that attend the same, and that the baptisme of infants is lawfull, both which are vindicated from the exceptions of R.B. and further cleared by the same authour : there is also a reply, in way of answer to some exceptions of E.B. against the same

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Published by [s.n.] in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Barrow, Robert, -- d. 1697.,
  • Barber, Edward, -- d. 1674?,
  • Baptism,
  • Infant baptism

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 244:E.96, no. 20
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination[6], 64 p
    Number of Pages64
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15026348M

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A reply to the frivolous and impertinent ansvver of R.B. to the discourse of P.B.: In which discourse is shewed, that the baptisme in the defection of Antichrist, is the ordinance of God, notwithstanding the corruptions that attend the same, and that the baptisme of infants is lawfull, both which are vindicated from the exceptions of R.B.

and further cleared by the same authour. A reply to the frivilous and impertinent ansvver of R.B. to the discourse of P.B.: in which discourse is shewed that the baptisme in the defection of Antichrist, is the ordinance of God, notwithstanding the corruptions that attend the same, and that the baptisme of infants is lawfull, both which are vindicated from the exceptions of R.B.

and further cleared by the same authour: there is. A Reply to the Frivolous and Impertinent answer of R.B. and E.B. to the Discourse of P.B. Good Things to Come.

In this Barebone looked forward to the imminent arrival of Jesus Christ: "his kingdom and reign shall be outward, and visible on earth when he shall come the second time, in power and great glory" (p. 10).Profession: Preacher, leather-seller. A reply to the frivolous and impertinent ansvver of R.B.

to the discourse of P.B. In which discourse is shewed, that the baptisme in the defection of Antichrist, is the ordinance of God, notwithstanding the corruptions that attend the same, and that the baptisme of infants is lawfull, both which are vindicated from the exceptions of R.B.

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and E. to the Discourse of P. Barbon replied to Barber in another book, published in ‘A Reply to the Frivolous and Impertinent Answer of E. to the Discourse of P. ’ From contemporary references, it appears that those who had chosen Barbon assembled as a church in their pastor's own ‘great house,’ called the ‘Lock and Key,’ in Fleet Street, near.

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