An ansvver to Mr. Tombes his scepticall exercitation of infants baptisme: wherein baptisme is declared to ingraft us into Christ, before any preparation: and the covenant of the Gospell to Abraham and the gentiles is prooved to be the same, extended to the gentiles children, as well as to Abrahams: together with the reason, why baptize children, is not so plainly set downe in the Gospell, as circumcize children, in the law, and yet the Gospell more plaine then the law. Whereunto is now added, a provocation of Mr. Tombes to make good his generall charge, against Mr. William-Hussey's satisfaction to his scepticall exercitation. By William Hussey, minister of the Gospell at Chislehurst in Kent.
Printed for John Saywell, and are to be sold at his shop, at the sign of the Starre in Little Britaine,
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Tombes, John, > 1603?-1676. > Two treatises and an appendix to them concerning infant-baptisme > Early works to 1800.
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