Get eBOOK The Tecnobaptist, a Discourse: Wherein an Honest Baptist, by a Course of Argument to Which No Honest Baptist Can Object, Is Convinced That Infant Christians Are Proper Subjects of Christian Baptism
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Certain authors, by bad advocacy (though, doubtless, the best of which the cause is susceptible), converted the writer of these pages from the opinion, in regard to infant-baptism, which he had imbibed from early associations. Afterward a friend forcibly presented one of their arguments at a time when the writer had forgotten the grounds on which he had previously rejected it. Not having sufficient learning to decide upon the accuracy of the premises assumed, he could not conscientiously deny them, and had nearly yielded, or at least confessed his inability to make immediate reply, when the view which is developed in the following pages flashed upon his mind.
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