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Baptism in relation to atonement

Author: Clarence B Hayden
Publisher: Bay City, Mich. : C.B. Hayden, ©1956.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Clarence B Hayden
OCLC Number: 10160987
Notes: Cover title: Baptism in relation to the atonement.
Description: xiv, 82 pages ; 21 cm
Contents: Preface --
1. Childhood impression --
2. Denominational teaching --
3. Transfer of church membership --
4. Theological studies --
5. Evangelistic studies --
6. Purpose --
Introduction --
1. The different views of baptism --
2. All views can not be right --
3. Finding the divine purpose --
4. Is the Christian deprived of the right to dismiss a Biblical subject because the picture has been confused --
5. The approach to this subject is going to be from the New Testament presentation of it --
Chapter I. The meaning of baptism in relation to the atonement --
1. As set forth in Ephesians 4:1-6 --
2. As set forth by the Synoptic Gospels --
3 As set forth by the Epistles --
Chapter II. The relation of the atoning baptism to the persons of the trinity --
1. In the atonement baptismal (Heb. 9:14) --
2. It is prophetically set forth --
3. It is demonstrated in the baptism of Christ in Jordan --
4. They are inseparably joined in the Apostolic Commission --
5. The death, burial, and resurrection of Christ, therefore, becomes the baptism of the Bible --
Chapter III. The atoning baptism therefore becomes the objective in symbols for all other baptisms of the Bible --
1. The atoning baptism determines the mode of all other baptisms --
2. The baptism established the significance for all other baptisms --
3. Therefore, the atoning baptism of Christ is the goal for all other baptisms --
Chapter IV. The relation of six other baptisms of the Bible to the atoning baptism of Christ --
1. The three prophetical baptisms --
2. The three confirming baptisms --
Conclusion --
1. The atoning baptism --
1. Denominationalism and the atoning baptism --
2. The significance of types or testimonies.
Responsibility: Clarence B. Hayden.

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