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Page 161 - Roman pontiffs that lived in this [tenth] century," says the learned Mosheim, "is a history of so many monsters, and not of men ; and exhibits a horrible series of the most flagitious, tremendous, and complicated crimes, as all writers, even those of the Romish communion, unanimously confess.
Page 108 - And ye are complete in Him, which is the head of all principality and power; in whom also ye are circumcised with the circumcision made without hands, in putting off the body of the sins of the flesh by the circumcision of Christ; buried with Him in baptism, wherein also ye are risen with Him through the faith of the operation of God, who hath raised Him from the dead.
Page 109 - St. Paul here alludes to immersion, or dipping the whole body under water in baptism ; which, he intimates, did typify the death and burial (of the person baptized) to sin, and his rising up out of the water did typify his resurrection to newness of life.
Page 16 - We believe that ßa-jeт%ш is to make one thing to be in another by dipping, by immersing, by burying, by covering, by superfusion, or by whatever mode effected, provided it be in immediate contact.
Page 154 - What the age of discretion is, in various nations, is matter of some variety. The civil law distinguished the age of minors, or those under twenty-five years old, into three stages : infantia...
Page 159 - Ь your opinion of infants, who are not capable of judging either of the grace of baptism, or of the damage sustained by the want of it ¡ shall we baptize them too ? By all means, if there be any apparent danger, For it were better they were sanctified without their knowing it, than that they should die without being sealed and initiated.
Page 77 - ... covenant was, by divine appointment, administered to children ; and there can be produced no satisfactory evidence of this connection having been done away.
Page 108 - Nid o weithredoedd cyfiawnder y rhai a wnaethom ni, eithr yn ol ei drugaredd yr achubodd efe nyni...
Page 121 - Nid oes пас luddew na Groegwr, nid oes na chaeth na rhydd, nid oes na gwrryw na benyw : canys chwi olí un ydych yng Nghrist lesu.
Page 159 - ... sustained by the want of it ; shall we baptize them too ? By all means, if there be any apparent danger. For it were better they were sanctified without their knowing it, than that they should die without being sealed and initiated. As for others, I give my opinion, that when they are three...