Gill Proper Mode of Baptism is a short four chapter work by John Gill on the mode of baptism. He first examines the biblical injunction to baptize, then refutes a Welsh Clergyman’s arguments in favor of infant baptism, and then attacks the Catholic background to this practice. I have added a personal study of mine, The Error of Infant Baptism.

Four Writings Concerning the Proper Mode of Baptism
by John Gill
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This is a short four chapter work by John Gill on the mode of baptism. He first examines the biblical injunction to baptize, then refutes a Welsh Clergyman’s arguments in favor of infant baptism, and then attacks the Catholic background to this practice. I have added a personal study of mine, The Error of Infant Baptism.

Version 2 has reformatted the entire module and added the final chapter by David Cox (The Error of Infant Baptism). Note that this module is now under copyright and cannot be reformatted, format shifted, nor reposted by anybody except David Cox.

Contents
1. A Divine Commandment to be Observed
2. An Answer to a Welsh Clergyman
3. Some Strictures on Mr. Bostwick’s Vindication
4. Infant Baptism-Part and Pillar of Popery

Additional Chapter: The Errors of Infant Baptism by David Cox

Infant Baptism A Part and Pillar of Popery John Gill

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