Aitken, W.H.M. – The Doctrine of Baptism, mechanical or Spiritual

The Doctrine of Baptism
Mechanical or Spiritual?
1901
By W.HAY M.H.AITKEN. M.A

In this Anglican work, the author examines Baptism from the perspective of the anglican point of view. His position is that baptism is spiritual, and even the baptism of babies will save their souls if the correct words and actions are performed, even though the baby, parents, god-parents, and priest are all completely unbelieving and uninterested in the events.

CONTENTS

CHAPTER I Introductory

CHAPTER II The Doctrine of the Church . . . .16

CHAPTER III Regeneration and Conversion …. 32

CHAPTER IV The Gospel Revelation on the Subject of Regeneration 50

CHAPTER V A Consideration of the Conditions of Regeneration ON Man’s Side Cz

CHAPTER VI The Conditions of Regeneration, as Witnessed TO IN THE Epistles 84

CHAPTER VII Infant Baptism, considered in the Light of THESE Conclusions 97

CHAPTER VIII Regeneration of Infants, Provisional or Absolute? 109

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