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A discourse on the divine institution of water baptism, as a standing ordinance of the Gospel.
by Printed by William & Daniel Treadwell, Portsmouth, Newhampshire. in [Portsmouth, N.H.]
Written in English
|Statement||By Moses Hemmenway, D.D.|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 48468.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 17,  p.|
|Number of Pages||17|
Jesus [e] (c. 4 BC – c. AD 30 / 33), also referred to as Jesus of Nazareth or Jesus Christ, [f] was a first-century Jewish preacher and religious leader. He is the central figure of Christianity. Most Christians believe he is the incarnation of God the Son and the awaited Messiah (the Christ) prophesied in the Old Testament. Jesus Christ Pantocrator mosaic in Byzantine style, from Born: c. 4 BC, Judea, Roman Empire. The end of the institution of the ordinance of Baptism, considered. As the ordinance of water-baptism derives its authority from Christ, so it was instituted by him for some end or other, which may make for his own glory, as well as for the comfort, edification, and increase of faith in his people; and what that end is, we shall now inquire. Mr.
Century I, Book 2, chap. 4: "The word Baptizo, to baptize, which signifies immersion into water, proves that the administrator of baptism immersed, or washed, the persons baptized in water." John Owen, in Ridgley’s Body of Divinity, quest. , p. , note: "Though the original and natural signification of the word imports, to dip, to. By Elisha Coles. Introduction: A Practical Discourse Of God’s Sovereignty. This high and tremendous attribute, being an ocean that has neither bank nor bottom, may not be lightly launched into by any, however strongly built and well manned, much less by so weak a vessel, without a divine compose, and an anchor within the veil.
a treatise on baptism and a treatise on confirmation. saint basil the great. rev. f. p. coyle “let a man so account of us as of the ministers of christ, and the dispensers of the mysteries of god.” 1 cor. 4thly, Another consequence following upon this principle, as supposed, is, that if infant-baptism is no institution of Christ, and to be rejected, then the promise of Christ, to be with his ministers in the administration of the ordinance of baptism, to the end of the world (Matthew , 20), is not made good; since for several ages, even.
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A discourse on the divine institution of water baptism, as a standing ordinance of the Gospel. The baptism of Christ, a Gospel ordinance being altogether inward and spiritual, not, like John's into water, but, according to the real nature of the gospel, into the very name, life and power, and of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost / by: Scott, Job, This is especially true of the Gospel accounts, in which their first common topic is the ministry of John the Baptist (Matt.
3; Mark 1; Luke 3; John 1). However, the importance of baptism as an ordinance of the gospel of Jesus Christ and an understanding of why baptism is given such a place of importance are not generally as familiar.
Baptism A Divine Commandment. Being about to administer the Ordinance of Baptism, before we enter upon the administration of it, I shall drop a few words on the occasion, from a passage of scripture you will find in.
1 JOHN For this is the love of God, that we keep his commandments, and his commandments are not grievous. Eucharistic theology is a branch of Christian theology which treats doctrines concerning the Holy Eucharist, also commonly known as the Lord's exists exclusively in Christianity and related religions, as others generally do not contain a Eucharistic ceremony.
In the Gospel accounts of Jesus' earthly ministry, a crowd of listeners challenges him regarding the rain of manna before he.
First, That to every Ordinance of Christ there must be some plain positive word of Institution to confirm it; and not only human Tradition, or far∣fetcht Consequences and Inferences, such as the many Volumes written of Circumcision, and fe∣deral Holiness, to assert Infants Baptism to be an Ordinance of Christ, which no ordinary Capacity can.
Believers Baptism from Heaven, and of Divine Institution. Infants Baptism from Earth, and Human Invention. Proved from the Commission of. Christ, the great Law-giver. to the Gospel-Church. With a Brief, yet sufficient Answer. to Thomas Wall's Book, called, Baptism Anatomized.
A divine ordinance, a symbolic ritual, a mechanism for publicly declaring one's faith, and a sign of having already been saved, but not necessary for salvation.
By submersion only. No No Trinity Brethren: Baptism is an ordinance performed upon adults in the name of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit. Water is the antecedent, and the Apostle says: "Water baptism, as a ceremony of cleansing finds its type in the water that cleansed the old world; not, because it cleanses the flesh but because it fulfills a good conscience in obeying God,--Christ through the power of the resurrection being our only Saviour" (Fairfield, pp.
the importance of baptism as an ordinance o f the gospel of Jes us Christ and an understanding of why baptism is given such a place of importance are not generally as familiar.
To these topics we shall direct our attention in the present discourse, viz., the nature and perpetuity of Christian baptism,-the proper subjects of this ordinance,-and the mode or modes in which it may be validly administered. Point One: The nature and perpetuity of Christian baptism.
Baptism is. CHAPTER II. DESIGN OF BAPTISM. EVERY divine institution has its own specific design. They all, indeed, have one grand, general design;--the glory of God, and the happiness of man.
But, as neither the glory of God nor the happiness of man consists in one item, or in one manifestation, his precepts and our acts of obedience are necessarily both numerous and various.
The two foci in this debate have traditionally been John Bunyan’s Differences in Judgment about Water-Baptism, No Bar to Communion () and William Kiffin’s A Sober Discourse of Right to Church-Communion (). Kiffin () was considered by his peers to be one of the fathers of the Particular Baptist tradition in London (the other.
"Water and the Spirit" is a paraphrastic description of baptism: "water," inasmuch as the man is baptized therewith (1 John8 Ephesians ) for the forgiveness of sin (Acts ; Acts 1 Corinthians ), and "Spirit," inasmuch as the Holy Ghost is given to the person baptized in order to his spiritual renewal and sanctification.
to the Gospel; 75 or if, through the uncertainty of the answ ‘it cannot appear that the child was baptized with water, In the Name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost (which are essential parts of Baptism),’ he must then use the office of Public Baptism, 77 and administer the rite with the conditional form of words.
Matthew The οὖν of the Received text (see the critical remarks) is a gloss correctly representing the connection of the thoughts. The fact stated in Matthew is itself the reason why all nations should be brought under His government, and made subject to His sway by means of the μαθητεύειν.
7. The water in baptism, has, in itself, no virtue, or efficacy to cleanse from sin. It is only the symbol of that which has the cleansing virtue.
The baptizing, is the applying the water, as the emblem of washing. The mode is not the baptism. Water is poured on a person’s hands, to wash them. The pouring is not the washing.
Again, in his book against the Donatists, speaking directly of infant baptism, he says: “If any one asks for divine authority in this matter, although that which the whole church practices, which was not instituted by councils, but was ever in use, is very reasonably believed to be no other than a thing delivered by the authority of the.
According to the gospel accounts of the birth of Jesus, the “beginning of His incarnate existence”, was due to the Holy Spirit.   Anointing him at his baptism.  Empowerment of his ministry. The ministry of Jesus following his baptism (in which the Holy Spirit is described in the gospels as “descending on Him like a dove”) is.
Discourses 3 and 4: The Mode of Administering Baptism “Can any man forbid water, that these should be baptized?” Acts Having endeavoured, in the preceding discourses, to show that the baptism of infants is a scriptural and reasonable service, I now proceed to inquire into the mode in which this ordinance ought to be administered.
All righteousness - There was no particular precept in the Old Testament requiring this, but he chose to give the sanction of his example to the baptism of John, as to a divine ordinance. The phrase “all righteousness,” here, is the same as a righteous institution or appointment.
Jesus had no sin. But he was about to enter on his great work.Full text of "A Discourse on the nature, design, and institution, of the Holy Eucharist: commonly called the sacrament of the Lord's supper" See other formats.What I hope to show then is, in a word, that the book of Exodus is an Old Testament gospel — the Gospel of Moses.
 Coming to the question of the gospel genre from a background of more specialized concern with the form-critical questions of the Old Testament, particularly of the Pentateuch, what has impressed me is the similarity of the key.