The Shaping of the Reformed Baptismal Rite in the Sixteenth Century

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Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing, 1992 - Religion - 340 pages
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This meticulously researched book recounts how the early sixteenth-century Reformers, steering a course between the old Latin rites on the one hand and the Anabaptist movement on the other, developed a baptismal service that they understood to be reformed according to Scripture. Hughes Oliphant Old's study shows the Reformed baptismal rite to be well thought out, pastorally sensitive, and theologically profound.
 

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