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BAPTIST PRINCIPLES RESET
Jeremiah Bell Jeter

 

Part I:

Preface

Introduction

Chapter 1: A Spiritual, or Regenerate, Church Membership.

Chapter 2: Baptism a Condition of Church Membership.

Chapter 3: Believers the only Subjects of Baptism.

Chapter 4: Believers the only Subjects of Baptism.

Chapter 5: Believers the only Subjects of Baptism.

Chapter 6: Only Immersion is Baptism.

Chapter 7: Only Immersion is Baptism.

Chapter 8: Only Immersion is Baptism.

Chapter 9: Only Immersion is Baptism.

Chapter 10: Communion at the Lord's Table Confined to Churches.

Chapter 11: Communion at the Lord's Table Confined to Members.

Chapter 12: Is Open Communion Demanded for the Edification of the Churches?

Chapter 13: Incidental Points Pertaining in Close Communion.

Chapter 14: Religious Freedom.

Chapter 15: Obligation of Baptists to Their Principles.

Part II:

Chapter 1: Regenerate Church Membership—Henry G. Weston

Chapter 2: The Subjects of Baptism—Alvah Hovey

Chapter 3: The Case for Immersion at Present—Edgar Y. Mullins

Chapter 4: Archaeology of Baptism-The Bath, Under the Old Testament—Howard Osgood

Chapter 5: Baptists the Door to the Lord?s Supper—Franklin Johnson

Chapter 6: Baptists the Door to the Lord?s Supper—Franklin Johnson

Chapter 7: Baptists the Door to the Lord?s Supper—Franklin Johnson

Chapter 8: Baptists and Religious Liberty—Benjamin O. True

Chapter 9: Obligations of Baptists to Teach Their Principles—J.B. Gambrell

Part III:

Chapter 1: What Baptist Principles Are Worth to the World—A. E. Dickinson

Chapter 2: Why I Became A Baptist—Madison C. Peters

Chapter 3: Candid Scholarship—Madison C. Peters, W. R. I. Smith

Appendix: Sunday Observance and Religious Liberty—R. H. Pitt

 
 
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