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See, Here is Water

A Case for Believers Baptism

by Mark Anderson


Price: £4.00
Publisher:Barratt Ministries Publications from Gardners Books
An impassioned and clearly argued case for Baptism by immersion, of repentant believing adults, rather than the traditional infant Baptism of some churches. Part one is A case from scripture, Part two, A case from Church History. Mark Anderson sets out his case with biblical references and shows how the tradition for infant baptism grew, accompanied by quotations from Martin Luther and John Calvin. He then poses and answers the most commonly asked questions and in the Appendix teaches about Repentance and what repentance involves. I am an Anglican, used to Infant Baptism, I found this book helpful and enlightening.
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