Baptist Principles Reset [1902]

Baptist Principles Reset [1902]

by Jeremiah Bell Jeter
Baptist Principles Reset [1902]

Baptist Principles Reset [1902]

by Jeremiah Bell Jeter

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Overview

Distinctive Baptist doctrines presented by some of the leading Baptist personalities in America during the 19th century. — The following subjects are discussed and scripturally defended: A Spiritual, or Regenerate Church Membership; Baptism a Condition of Church Membership; Believers the Only Subjects of Baptism; Only Immersion is Baptism; Communion at the Lord's Table Confined to Churches; Communion at the Lord's Table Confined to Church Members; Is Open Communion Demanded for the Edification of the Churches?; Incidental Points Pertaining to Close Communion; Religious Freedom; Obligation of Baptists to their Principles; Archaeology of Baptism, the Bath under the Old Testament; Baptism the Door to the Lord's Supper; What Baptist Principles are Worth to the World; Why I Became a Baptist, etc. — Jeter contributed 16 chapters and the following men contributed the other chapters: Henry G. Weston, Alvah Hovey, E. Y. Mullins, Howard Osgood, Franklin Johnson, B. O. True, J. B. Gambrell, A. E. Dickinson, Madison C. Peters, W. R. L. Smith, R. H. Pitt, B. H. Carroll. — 320 pages plus an exhaustive Scripture Index prepared for this version. — For those who do not hold historic Baptist views in Ecclesiology and who have never read a work which intelligently and scripturally espouses them, this work would be valuable to study in order to speak with integrity and honesty in regard to that position and not in caricatures.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940012054289
Publisher: Strait Gate Publications, Charlotte, NC
Publication date: 12/14/2010
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: eBook
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Jeremiah Bell Jeter (1802-1880): Native of Bedford County, Virginia; Baptist minister, home missionary, pastor, author, editor, denominational leader, strong supporter of Christian foreign missions & friend of Christian education; was a founding member of the Southern Baptist Convention in 1845; owner & editor of the "Religious Herald" in Virginia for many years; influential evangelical Christian leader during the 1800's.
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