Baptists, the only Thorough Religious Reformers


Adams John Qunicy

Baptist Standard Bearer

Doctrine & Theology

5368


It is evident, then, that the Baptists suffered merely because they maintained that they ought "to obey God rather than man." They found no direction in the Bible for the baptism of infants, and therefore they refused to observe the rite. The Reformed or Protestant churches sought to force them to do it, in opposition to their convictions. They maintained that this was also contrary to the spirit of the Gospel, and thus, in defence of the Bible, and the rights of conscience, they died.


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ISBN 139781579786007
TypePaperback