Baptism in the New Testament

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Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing, 1962 - 424 pages
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Analyzes passages found in the New Testament that support the Christian practice of baptism.
 

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User Review  - fschipani - LibraryThing

This a very thurough and honest treatment of the subject of baptism in the scriptures. Beasley-Murray even bucks against his denomination in coming to the conclusion that baptism is in deed involved in the receiving of grace. Excellent work on the subject. Read full review

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User Review  - temsmail - LibraryThing

This is a comprehensive treatment of every passage in the New Testament that deals with baptism in the New Testament. Moderate in tone, the research is impeccable. Read full review

Contents

THE ANTECEDENTS OF CHRISTIAN BAPTISM
1
ii Jewish Baptizers and the Qumran Community II
11
THE FOUNDATION OF CHRISTIAN BAPTISM
45
THE ACTS
93
THE DEVELOPMENT OF CHRISTIAN BAPTISM IN
126
Treatise?
251
THE DOCTRINE OF CHRISTIAN BAPTISM IN THE
263
THE RISE AND SIGNIFICANCE OF INFANT BAPTISM
306
The Significance of Infant Baptism
359
BAPTISMAL REFORM AND INTERCHURCH
387
SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY
396
INDEX OF SUBJECTS
407
INDEX OF SCRIPTURE REFERENCES
416
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