The Divine Life in the Church, Vol. 1: An Affirmation of the Doctrine of Holy Baptism with Contributions Relating to the Scottish Church, Her History, Work, and Present Need Scottish Church Society Conferences

ISBN: 9781331450924

Published: September 27th 2015

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The Divine Life in the Church, Vol. 1: An Affirmation of the Doctrine of Holy Baptism with Contributions Relating to the Scottish Church, Her History, Work, and Present Need  by  Scottish Church Society Conferences

The Divine Life in the Church, Vol. 1: An Affirmation of the Doctrine of Holy Baptism with Contributions Relating to the Scottish Church, Her History, Work, and Present Need by Scottish Church Society Conferences
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Excerpt from The Divine Life in the Church, Vol. 1: An Affirmation of the Doctrine of Holy Baptism With Contributions Relating to the Scottish Church, Her History, Work, and Present NeedIII. Examining of difficulties arising out of (1) the existenceMoreExcerpt from The Divine Life in the Church, Vol.

1: An Affirmation of the Doctrine of Holy Baptism With Contributions Relating to the Scottish Church, Her History, Work, and Present NeedIII. Examining of difficulties arising out of (1) the existence of apparently similar dispositions among unbaptized, and (2) the apparent absence of result where baptism has been administered- IV. Examination of the allegation that the doctrine of Baptism leads to the disparagement of the doctrine of conversion or to the depreciation of justifying faith- V.

Examination of the allegation that the doctrine of Baptism is fraught only with unhappiness, because of the consequences supposed to be involved in the ease of such as die unbaptized- Section VI- Present Neglect of the Doctrine, and Suggestions.- Evidence of this neglect: -- 1. In Church teaching and administration, and personal life: illustration in detail- 2. In the decay of family religion- Results which would arise from the recovery of the doctrine- The prospect of such a recovery examined- Practical suggestions towards reviving the apprehension of the doctrine of Baptism- 1.

The faith of the doctrine to be lived- 2. A positive doctrine to be taught- 3. The due instruction of candidates for Baptism- 4. The more reverent administratiob of the Sacrament- 5. The reformation of our existing methods as regards the pastoral care of the young- 6. The reorganisation of the mission and evangelistic work of the Church on the basis of baptismal grace- 7. The restoration of continuity of connection between the initial sacrament of Baptism and the regular celebration of and participation in the Holy Eucharist- ConclusionAbout the PublisherForgotten Books publishes hundreds of thousands of rare and classic books.

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