|Statement||[compiled] by J.H. Moore.|
|Contributions||Moore, J. H. 1846-1935.|
|LC Classifications||MLCS 89/15602 (B)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||64 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||64|
|LC Control Number||89827334|
Search result for henrymoore: Trine Immersion Traced to the Apostles(), The Life of Mrs. Mary Fletcher(), The Life of Mrs. Mary Fletcher, Consort and Relict of the REV. John Fletcher, Vicar of Madeley, Salop(), New Hampshire in the Battle of Bunker Hill. an Address Delivered Before the New Hampshire Society of Sons of the American Revolution at. The New Testament teaches trine immersion. Matthew is specific that a believer is to be baptized into the name of the Father and into the name of the Son and into the name of the Holy Spirit. Church history confirms this by showing us that trine immersion was the only practice of . A companion work to Ziegler's "A book of worship for village churches" and "Country altars". Trine immersion traced to the apostles: being a collection of historical quotations from ancient and modern authors the Library of Adelle Frank. . So prevalent was trine immersion, that many viewed single immersion as heretical. 8 Apostolic Canons [mid 4th c.] XLIX If any bishop or presbyter, contrary to the ordinance of the Lord, does not baptize into the Father, the Son, and the Holy Ghost, but into three Unoriginated Beings, or three Sons, or three Comforters, let him be : Standfast.
Trine. Immersion. Apostles' Trinity. Baptist (16 Occurrences) Interpretation (45 Occurrences) Creed. Creeds. Nonimmersionist. Non-immersionist. View (86 Occurrences) Regeneration (2 Occurrences) Vow (49 Occurrences) Water ( Occurrences) Baptisms (4 Occurrences) Ceremony (3 Occurrences) Cleansing (37 Occurrences) Surname (11 Occurrences. Historical books from the personal library of Adelle Frank, a technology professional with degrees in religion and library science, as well as great enthusiasm for family history, community-building, Brethren studies, and free knowledge. “We have shown conclusively that Justin was baptized ‘in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost,’ and by trine immersion, which traces trine immersion in an unbroken line to within thirty-three years of the close of the apostolic age.” TOB “St. Augustine” (died A.D. ) “tells us there was a twofold mystery signified in this way of baptizing. The trine immersion was both a symbol of the Holy Trinity, in whose name we are baptized, and also a type of the Lord’s burial, and of His resurrection on the third day from the dead.
Apostle, any of the 12 disciples chosen by Jesus Christ. The term is sometimes also applied to others, especially Paul, who was converted to Christianity after Jesus’ death. The privileges of the Apostles were to be in continual attendance on their master and to be the recipients of his teaching and training. 1. (a.) Pertaining to an apostle, or to the apostles, their times, or their peculiar spirit; as, an Apostolical mission; the apostolic age. 2. (a.) According to the doctrines of the apostles; delivered or taught by the apostles; as, apostolic faith or practice. A Debate on Trine Immersion, the Lord's Supper, and Feet-Washing: Between Elder James Quinter, of Ohio (German Baptist), and Elder N.A. M'connell, of Iowa (Disciple): Held at Dry Creek, Linn County, Iowa, From the 14th to the 18th of October: Quinter, James; English: A Decade of Christian Endeavor, apostles mentioned in the Scriptures. FALSE APOSTLES Since the apostle is an office of such importance in the Christian Church, it is certain that Satan, the imitator of all things spiritual, would seek to raise up false apostles. God must set apostles in the Church. Man cannot do it. He who usurps the position of an apostle is a false Size: KB.