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A treatise on baptism : also a treatise on confirmation
Original Title A treatise on baptism : also a treatise on confirmation
Author Kenrick, Francis Patrick, 1796-1863
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Topics Confirmation, Baptism
Publisher Baltimore : Hedian and O’Brien
Collection folkscanomy_miscellaneous, folkscanomy, additional_collections
Language English
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CONTENTS.
CHAPTER I.
BAPTISM OF JOHN.
Society of Friends. — Views of Sects concerning John’s baptism. — Ancient Jewish usages. — Mosaic rites. — Heavenly character of John’s baptism. — Ends of baptism of Christ. — Those baptized by John were again baptized. — Testimonies of Fathers. 18
CHAPTER II
CHRISTIAN BAPTISM.
Views of the Friends. — Inward testimony. — Literal meaning. — Baptism with the Holy Ghost. — Barclay’s objection. — Nicodemus. — Calvin’s interpretation. — Interpretation of the ancients. 26
CHAPTER III.
APOSTOLIC PRACTICE.
The Apostles baptized. — Acknowledgment of Lewis, and Gurney. — Practice of Jewish ceremonies. — St. Paul’s language to the Corinthians. — Baptism of the Apostles. 40
CHAPTER IV.
OBJECTIONS OF THE FRIENDS.
One baptism. — Putting on of Christ. — Text of St. Peter. — Baptism of Converts. — Relic of Judaism. — Material observance. — Visible instruments of grace. — Ancient practice. — Sects. 48
CHAPTER V.
ORIGINAL SIN.
Pelagius.— Sentiments of Baptists, and other sects. — Catholic doctrine. — Evidence of our fallen condition. — Barnes. — Many and all. — Death of Christ for all. — Silence in sacred narrative. — Job. — David. — Ancient Fathers. 60
CHAPTER VI.
NECESSITY OF BAPTISM.
Anglicans. — Mcllvaine and Onderdonk. — Presbyterian Confession. — Proof. — Baptist interpretations. — Pangs of new birth. — Twofold regeneration. — Judge Rush. — Ancient Fathers. — Apostolic commission. — Lot of unbaptized persons — Of children. — Misquotation by Mcllvaine. — Opinion of St. Augustin. 70
CHAPTER VII.
EFFECTS OF BAPTISM.
Views of the Sects. — Changes in Book of Common Prayer. — General view. — Catholic faith. — Scriptural proofs. — Objections. — Testimonies of Fathers. — Regeneration. — Feigned dispositions. — Character impressed. 93
CHAPTER VIII.
ORIGIN OF BAPTISTS.
Muncer. — Storck. — Leyden. — Mode of baptism. — English Baptists. — Pretensions of Baptists. .116
CHAPTER IX.
BAPTISM OF INFANTS.
Opinions of Sects. — Scriptural proofs of Infant baptism. — Practice of the Apostles. — Testimonies of the Fathers. — Decrees of Popes and Councils. — Anglican appeal to Church tradition. — Testimony of Taylor. — Peculiar views of Tertullian and St. Gregory of Naxianzum. — Instances of Adult baptism. — Objection from ancient practice of giving the Eucharist to children answered. — Recapitulation of Proofs. — Infants baptized by all the Eastern Sects. 123
CHAPTER X.
MODES OF BAPTISM.
Immersion common to Baptists, Campbellites and Mormons. — Principles of Baptists, Presbyterians, Anglicans and Methodists. — Slight sprinkling. — Catholic principles and usages. — Burial in baptism. — Scriptural allusions. — Baptism a laver. — End of baptism. — Ancient modes of baptizing. — Testimonies of Fathers. — Tertullian, St. Cyprian, Pope Cornelius. — Canons of Councils. — Facts. — Baptism of the sick. — Proof drawn from necessity of baptism. — Baptists suffer the sick to die without baptism. — First Baptists rebaptized by persons themselves baptized in infancy by infusion. — Custom of the Greeks. — Causes of change of discipline. — Indecency of immersion. 148
CHAPTER XI.
MEANINO OF THE TERM, BAPTIZE.
Classical meaning, primary and secondary. — Examples. — Hebrew Hellenistic usage. — Examples from the Septuagint. — Figurative meaning. — New Testament examples. — Mode of John’s baptism. — Use of the Fathers. 175
Appendix to Chapter XI., 185
CHAPTER XII.
APOSTOLIC PRECEDENTS.
Baptism of 8,000. — Jailer. — Cornelius. — Disciples at Ephesus. — Eunuch. — Presumptions. — Divine voucher. 189
CHAPTER XIII.
DISPOSITIONS FOR BAPTISM.
Infants need none. — Adults must believe all revelation. — Scrutiny. — Apostolic Symbol. — Law of God. — Renunciation of Satan. — Impression of character. — Preservation of grace. 194
CHAPTER XIV.
CEREMONIES OF BAPTISM.
Cure of the deaf and dumb man. — Questions. — Breathing. — Sign of the Cross. — Imposition of hands. — Salt. — Exorcisms. — Stole. — Symbol. — Lord’s Prayer. — Ephpheta. — Saliva. — Anointing. — Nudity. — White robe. — Light 201
TREATISE ON CONFIRMATION.
CHAPTER I.
DIVINE INSTITUTION.
Views of the Sects. — Catholic doctrine. — Imposition of hands by Peter and John. — Paul at Ephesus. — Miraculous gifts. — Acknowledgment of the Oxford Divines. — Fathers of the Church. — Use of Chrism. — Minister of the Sacrament. — Practice of the Greeks. — End of Confirmation. — Spiritual character. 215
CHAPTER II. RITES OF CONFIRMATION. Power of the Church. — Present rite. — Extension of hands. — Prayer. — Imposition of hand. — Signing with Chrism. — Blow on the Cheek. 234

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