Paedobaptism examined: with replies to the arguments and objections of Dr. Williams and Mr. Peter Edwards, Volume 1

Printed for Ebenezer Palmer
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Printed for Ebenezer Palmer
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Dec 31, 1829
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486
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English
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Infant baptism
Religion / Christianity / Baptist
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