The New Testament Churches.
The Great CommissionA Definition of a ChurchA Voluntary AssociationA Church Not National or GeneralThe Officers of a ChurchThe OrdinancesThe Proper Subjects of BaptismThe Form of BaptismThe Lords SupperThe Ordinances as SymbolsThe Churches Missionary BodiesThe Continued Existence of the Churches.
The Ancient Churches.
Early ConditionsIsaac TaylorEpistola ad DiognetumThe Beginning of Dangerous HeresiesBaptismal SalvationMetropolitan BishopsGregory the GreatThe Baptism of BelieversThe FathersThe Early Councils and Infant BaptismThe Baptism of Adults Who Had Christian ParentsThe First Law and The First Rule for Infant BaptismThe Testimony of ScholarsThe Form of BaptismSix Rituals on the SubjectThe Christian MonumentsThe CatacombsThe BaptisteriesClinic BaptismReligious Liberty Tertullian, Justin Martyr and LactatiusConstantine the Great Issues an EdictTheodosius the Great Enforces Religion by Law.
The Struggle Against Corruption.
Incorruptible ChurchesThe Testimony of BunsenThe Montanist ChurchesThe AnabaptismThe Spread of the MovementThe Novatian ChurchesRobinson Traces Them to the ReformationThey Were Called AnabaptistsThe Donatist ChurchesTheir OriginRejected Infant BaptismBenedictLincolnAugustineLiberty of ConscienceNeanderTheir Attitude Toward LibertyTheir Protest.
The Paulician and Bogomil Churches.
The Sources of InformationThe Greeks, The ArmeniansThe Key of Truth.The Apostolic OriginThey Rejected Other CommunionsThe Story of ConstantineThe Connection of the MohammedansThe SabiansThe Numbers of the PauliciansReligious LibertyThe Free State of TepriceAmong the Albigenses in FrancePersecutedConybeare on Baptist SuccessionJustin A. SmithWidely Scattered in Europethe Paulicians not ManichaeansTheir DoctrinesThe Synod of ArrasA Confession of FaithThe AdoptionistsThe Form of BaptismMacariusThe Oriental ChurchThe BogomilsBrockettTheir PersecutionsThe Form of Baptism.
The Albigensian, the Petrobrusian, the Henrician, the Arnoldist, and the Berengarian Churches.
The Origin and Spread of These ChurchesProf. BuryTheir HistoryTheir Good CharacterTheir Writings DestroyedThey Were Not ManichaeansTwo Classes of BelieversIn Southern FranceThe Crusades Against ThemTheir DoctrinesRejected Infant BaptismPeter of BruysHis OpinionsThe Petrobrusians Accused of Being AnabaptistsHenry of LanusanneHis Great SuccessHeld the Opinions of the AnabaptistsArnold of BresciaThe Testimony of Otto FreisingThe ArnoldistBerengariusHis Troubled Career.
The Waldensian Churches.
The Alps as a Hiding PlacePeter WaldoThe Preaching TourOrigin of the WaldensesThe NameRoman Catholic Historians on Their OriginRainerio SacchoniPregerThe Statement of the WaldensesThe Noble LessonsThe ReformersBezaLater WritersThe Special Historians of the WaldensesFaberMorelandClaudius Seisselius on Their CharacterTheir Manners and CustomsTheir PrinciplesInfant BaptismTheir Change of Views in Regard to the PracticeAdult BaptismImmersion.
The Origin of the Anabaptist Churches.
The Anabaptist MovementMosheimSir Isaac NewtonAlexander CampbellRobert BarclayVon UsingerSacchoniCardinal HosiusLutherZwingliAnabaptism no New ThingThey Were Found in Many LandsDifferent LeadersKinship to The WaldensesLimborchKellerMoellerLindsayThe Waldenses and The Anabaptists Found in the Same PlacesWaldensian Preachers Found Among the AnabaptistsPoints of AgreementThe Anabaptists Claimed a Succession From Earlier TimesThe Antiquity of the Netherland BaptistsThe SwissMoraviaThe PicardsErasmusSebastian FrankSchynAbrahamsonYpeij and Dermout.
The Character of the Anabaptists.
Called by Many NamesAnabaptistCatabaptistsThe Popularity of the MovementNot a Turbulent PeopleLovers of PeaceBayleCassanderPastor of FeldsburgThe Swiss BaptistsErasmusPersecuted in Every landReligious LibertyHubmaierTheir Appeal to The New TestamentThe Baptismal QuestionA Spiritual Church Their AimHastInfant BaptismThe Form of Their Organization.
The Reformers Bear Witness of the Baptist.
The attitude of the Reformers to Infant BaptismThe History of Immersion in Germany, North and EastThe Saxon ConfessionMelanchthonPomeraniaSadoletoLutherJohn BugenhagenZwingliThe CatabaptistsErasmusMelanchthonWilliam FarelMartin BucerBaptisms in a TubCalvinBaptism Not an Especial Discussion Between the Baptists and the Reformers.
The Baptist in the Practice of Dipping.
The Testimony of FleuryThe Sum of the Holy ScriptureConrad Grebel in SwitzerlandA Moravian ChronicleIts Doubtful AuthoritySome Roman Catholic Converts May at First Have Practiced SprinklingKesslerUlimann Dipped in The RhineThe Dippings at St. GallThe BaptisteryThe Baptisms in the Sitter RiverPersecutions on This AccountThe Dippings at AppenzellJohn StumpfThe Decrees Against the Baptisms of the BaptistsThe Persecutions at ZurichThe Strong Arm of the LawThe Famous Decree of ZurichGastinsFelix Manz Drowned Because he Practiced DippingThe Baptists in ViennaThe Italian Baptists
Other Baptist Churches in the Practice of Dipping.
The Church in AugsburgHans DenckThe Leaders all in the Practice of DippingBaptisteries in the Houses and CellarsSenderThe Augsburg HistorianUrbanus RhegiusThe River LechThe Church at StrassburgMelchior HofmannThe Baptisms at EmdenTubs Used for Baptismal PurposesDr. WinklerObbe PhilipsThe Words of KellerMelchior RinkThe Ordinance of GodThe Moravian ChurchesBaithasar HubmaierHis Character and WorkDenies Infant BaptismAdopts immersionZwingli and HubmaierCapitoFarelJohn FabriciusThe Books of HubmaierPeter ReidermannErhard.
The Practice of Dipping in the Netherlands, Poland, Lithuania, and Transylvania Baptist Churches.
The Waldenses in HollandReligious LibertyRemhrandtLearned MenSimon MennoHis Views of BaptismA Handful of WaterLuther on This PhraseThe DoopRoman 6:3Anabaptist Literature on The Subject1 Corinthians 12:13The Practice of MenoImmersion in the NetherlandsBastingiusBoltensDooreslaarStarkSchynThe Change of Practice Among the MennonitesThe Collegiants of RhynesburgPoland and Silesian BaptistsImmersionSandiusBockThe Unitarian BaptistsTheir Great Learning and CulturePeter GonesiusGregory PaulusTheir Numbers and SpiritSocinusMartin CzechovicusThe Racovian CatechismThe Lord of Cracow.
The Peasant Wars and the Kingdom of M?ster.
The trouble between the Peasants and the NobilityThomas M?zerThe Twelve ArticlesThe Battle of SchlatchtbergThomas M?zer Never a BaptistThe Responsibility of LutherGrebel and Manz Disavow M?zerHis Views on Infant BaptismThe M?ster TumultsLargely a Political AffairThe Desire for LibertyPolygamyMarriage SacredThe Anabaptists Did Not Originate the TumultsThe Leaders Were All PedobaptistsFair Minded HistoriansKellerDAubigneYpeij and DermoutArnoldThe Common ManThe Act of Baptism at M?sterThe Confession of Both SacramentsThe Form of Baptism DippingJesse B. ThomasKellerHeathCorneliusRhegiusFischerJohn of Leyden.
The British Baptist Churches.
The Statement of the HistoriansThomas CrosbyB. EvansAdam TaylorRobert BarclayDavid MassonThe First Churches in BritainMissionary WorkThe PersecutionsThe Early Britons BaptistsCrosbyDavisImmersionRichards on the Welsh WordBede and Other HistoriansSt. Patrick in IrelandImmersion and The Lords SupperAustinThe SaxonsAn Attempt to Convert the Britons to Roman Catholic ViewsThe DifferencesInfant BaptismThe First Instance of Infant BaptismLaws Enacted on the SubjectThe Paulicians in EnglandHill Cliffe ChurchGoadbyWalter LollardJohn WyclifHis Views on BaptismThomas WaldenThe Opinions of the LollardsWilliam Tyndale.
The Baptists in the Reformation Period in England.
Henry VIII.The Persecution of the BaptistsThe hatred of the KingThe Opinions of the BaptistsAlice GrevillSimon Fish ARoyal Proclamation Against StrangersThe Coming of the DutchThe Baptists BurntStoweFroudeA SensationThe Baptists Increase DailyTheir NumbersTheir ChurchesImmersionThe Sum of the holy ScriptureImmersion Among the BaptistsThe DonatistsFullerFeatleyEdward VIThe Baptist Increase in NumbersIn LondonIn Kent and Elsewhere In EssexBaptists BurntThe Influence of John CalvinJoan of Kent The Practice of ImmersionThe Baptism of AdultsJ. BalesGiles Van BellenRobert Cooke and Dr. TurnerQueen MaryShe attempts to Reestablish RomanismPhilip II of SpainBishop GardinerEdward BonnerThe Baptists were NumerousShoals of Them from AbroadimmersionThe MartyrsQueen ElizabethThe Name BaptistTheir ChurchesThe coming From Over-SeasThe Heavy Hand of the Law More Baptists BurntThe IndependentsLearn their Ideas From the BaptistsImmersion the RuleImmersion Among the BaptistsJames IThe Baptist Not Numerous in His ReignThe Burnning of Edward WightmanA Petition to the House of LordsAn Humble Supplication to the KingAn Appeal for Liberty of ConscienceMark Leonard Busher.
The Episode of John Smyth.
He Was an Unusual ManThe Material for his Life Rare and ComplicatedLincolnGainsboroughThe Crowle DocumentsAnimosity Against HimHe is BaptizedHis Great AbilityThe Anabaptists in HollandBaptist SuccessionThe Question of his Sec-baptismThe Position of Baptist WritersHis Own WordsHis ImmersionNo Difficulty to Obtain Immersion in HollandAshtonThe MennonitesB. EvansMullerRobert BarclayP. B.R. B.Thomas WallGiles ShuteCrosbyIvimeyTaylorMassonBishop HallClyftonBaillieJ. H .Mark Leonard BusherHelwysJohn NorcottJohn MortonI. GrauntSmyth His Own WitnessExcluded From the Baptist ChurchHe Differs From the MennonitesThe Testimony of HelwysHelwys Returns to England.
Origin of the Particular Baptist Churches.
The General Baptists NumerousCalvinistic Views Among BaptistsThe Rise of the Particular BaptistsThe Independent Church of Henry JacobCrosbyUnderhillCrosby Sometimes MisleadingThe Opinion of LewisThe MS. of William KiffinThe Sending to Holland for BaptismThe Statement of HutchinsonJohn SpilsburyThe Right to Begin BaptismThe Administrator of BaptismThe Continuance of Baptist ChurchesWilliam KiffinDaniel KingA Notable IntroductionHenry DAnversThe Confession of SomersetThomas GranthamJoseph HookeSamuel StennettThe Baptist MagazineThomas PottengerJames CulrossThe Story of Blount Going to HollandThe Mistakes of the So-called Kiffin ManuscriptTwo Kiffin ManuscriptsThe So-called Practice of SprinklingHanserd KnollysThe Jacob Church Often in Trouble on The Subject of DippingThe Practice of SpilsburyOf EatonOf KiffinOf Henry JesseyThe Church of HubbardJohn CanneThe Broadmead ChurchSamuel HowePaul HobsonThomas KilcopThe Practice of Dipping Called NewThe Answer of the BaptistsSamuel RichardsonThomas CollierHanserd KnollysJohn TombesJeffrey WattsThe Confession of 1643The Form of Baptism DippingJesse B. ThomasThe Practice of the General BaptistsMassonFeatley.
A Great Debate on Baptism.
Charles I. Brought DisasterWilliam LaudThe Prevalence of BaptistsPersecutionsSearch For The BaptistsLord Robert BrookeThe High Commission Court DestroyedThe Boldness of the BaptistsThe Church of England Tries to Enforce ImmersionArticles to he Enquired ofBaptisteriesThomas BlakeWalter CraddockDaniel FeatleyDenneJohn FloyerSchaffGreek LexiconsThe Edinburgh EncyclopediaWilliam WallThe Westminster AssemblyJohn LightfootThe Action of ParliamentThe Book of VellumThe Beginning of the Great DebateThe Practice of the BaptistsW. H. KingGeorge C. LorimerJoseph AngusDaniel FeatleyThomas CollierLewes HewesThomas LambJohn GoodwinEdward BarberWilliam JeffreyClem WriterGoadbyFeatley and Four Particular BaptistsTombes and Henry Vaughan and John CraggeWilliam Russell and Samuel Chandler.
The Rise and Progress of Baptist Institutions and Customs.
Baptist AssociationsThey Originated With the Particular BaptistsThe General Baptists the First to OrganizeJ. M. DavisThe Great Authority of the AssociationBusinessNumberDateThe Custom of AppealThe Office of MessengerThe Organization of the Particular BaptistsA Letter From IrelandThe Midland AssociationThe Circular LetterObjects of the UnionSupport of the MinistryEducationHebrew, Greek and LatinBristol CollegeMile End AcademyPastor and DeaconsThe Permanency of the Pastoral RelationThe Support of the MinistryOrdinationDisciplineAmusementsMarryingLaying on of Hands and Anointing of the SickSinging.
The Achievements of the English Baptists.
Opportunity for GrowthRobert BaillieThomas EdwardsDaniel FeatleyAn Epitome of the PeriodWilliam R. WilliamsThe High Attainments of the BaptistsDr. HawesMackintoshHugh Price HughesChalmersThe Price of Human LibertyPersecutionsAn Act of Parliament The Gag Law The Cruelty of Infant Baptism Oliver CromwellProminent Baptist Preachers in PrisonCromwell Casts His Influence Against the BaptistLiberty of ConscienceConfession of the Particular BaptistsOf the General BaptistsJohn MiltonJohn BunyanWilliam KiffinJames II.William and MaryThe Baptists Brought Liberty of ConscienceJohn LockePriceCharles ButlerHerbert S. SkeatsPhillip SchaffA Time of Paralysis AntinomianismJohn GillJohn RipponBaptist PublicationsAbraham BoothJohn HowardAndrew FullerModerate CalvinismThe Missionary MovementWilliam CareyJoseph Hughes and the Bible SocietySunday SchoolsRobert RaikesW. FoxThe Relation of the Baptists to the YoungRegents Park CollegeGreat Authors and Able PreachersHymn Writers.
The Origin of the American Baptist Churches.
The Date of the First Baptists in America UncertainMany of the Early Settlers BaptistsCotton MatherPlymouthRoger Williams and Samuel HoweThe Fear of AnabaptismA Disturbance on Account of ImmersionGovernor WinthropGovernor BradfordA Debate on BaptismPresident ChaunceyScituateThe Lathrop ChurchHenry DunsterHanserd KnollysThe General Court of Massachusetts Takes PartWeymouthLady MoodyPainterPersecutionsRoger WilliamsAt SalemAt ProvidenceThe Form of His Baptism ImmersionRichard ScottWilliam CoddingtonWilliams Himself TestifiesJoseph B. FeltGeorge P. FisherPhilip SchaffWilliams Separates From the BaptistsApostolic SuccessionThe Baptists Do not Derive Their Baptism From WilliamsThe First DemocracyThe Provisions For the Charter of Rhode IslandReligious LibertyArnoldHoughBancroftJudge StoryGervinusStrausThe Persecutions of the Baptists in MassachusettsJohn ClarkObadiah HolmesVirginia a Battle Ground for FreedomSevere LawsSir W. BerkeleyThe Destruction of the EstablishmentsThe Testimony of HawksJames MadisonThomas JeffersonBishop MeadeGeorge P. Fisher Sums up the CaseThe Revolutionary WarWilliam PittFoxBurkeRobert RylandNo Tories Among the BaptistsThe Continental CongressThe Philadelphia AssociationA Memorial to CongressThe Baptists in the ArmyThe ChaplainsJames ManningJohn HartThomas JeffersonJohn LelandSafe-guarding the Liberty of the LandThe First Amendment to the ConstitutionThe Eulogy of the Baptist by George Washington.
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