Infant-baptism no institution of Christ, and the rejection of it justified from scripture and antiquity : in answer to Fowler Walker's book, entituled, A Defence of infant-baptism ... to which are annex'd animadversions on Thomas Ridgley's Dissertation of infant-baptism
Author(s)Rees, David, 1801-1869
Contributor(s)Princeton Theological Seminary Library
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