3 edition of An examen of the sermon of Mr. Stephen Marshal about infant-baptisme found in the catalog.
An examen of the sermon of Mr. Stephen Marshal about infant-baptisme
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Stephen Marshal : written by way of a letter to a friend () Exercitation about infant-baptisme: presented in certaine papers, to the chair-man of a committee of the Assembly of Divines.; Tombes, John, Examen of the sermon of Mr.
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Mike Renihan recommended a portion of his book (Antipaedobaptism in the Thought of John Tombes) to me while we were discussing Genesis ,8 in an earlier thread. So I asked him if I could type it out so we could use it for reference. So here is a link to it. John Tombes on Genesis This banner text can have markup.
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