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A practical essay on the sacrament of baptism : wherein The Doctrine of that Divine Ordinance is opened and explained ; the Controversies concerning it are stated and determined ; several Questions of great Moment are proposed, and answered ; Practical Observations from each particular Head are noticed: The Constitution and Practice of the established Church of Scotland vindicated ; and the Christian Improvement of this valuable Privilege is pointed at. By Mr. John Warden Minister of the Gospel at Gargunnock. Preview this item
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A practical essay on the sacrament of baptism : wherein The Doctrine of that Divine Ordinance is opened and explained ; the Controversies concerning it are stated and determined ; several Questions of great Moment are proposed, and answered ; Practical Observations from each particular Head are noticed: The Constitution and Practice of the established Church of Scotland vindicated ; and the Christian Improvement of this valuable Privilege is pointed at. By Mr. John Warden Minister of the Gospel at Gargunnock.

Author: John Warden
Publisher: Edinburgh : Printed for J. Maceuen, and are to be sold at his shop there, MDCCXXIV. [1724]
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Genre/Form: Early works
Early works to 1800
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: John Warden
OCLC Number: 745019645
Description: 1 online resource ([12], 271, [5] pages)
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