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Baptism in the Early Church by H. F. Stander
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Baptism in the Early Church (edition 2004)

by H. F. Stander (Author)

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This book demonstrates that believer's baptism did not simply disappear after the apostolic era, but continued to be the accepted practice for centuries. Infant baptism became part of ecclesiastical practice gradually, apart from apostolic injunction. For this reason it must be called into question and rejected as a suitable practice for Christian churches.… (more)
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Title:Baptism in the Early Church
Authors:H. F. Stander (Author)
Info:Evangelical Press (2004), 192 pages
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This book demonstrates that believer's baptism did not simply disappear after the apostolic era, but continued to be the accepted practice for centuries. Infant baptism became part of ecclesiastical practice gradually, apart from apostolic injunction. For this reason it must be called into question and rejected as a suitable practice for Christian churches.

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