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The baptism of Christ a Gospel ordinance

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Scott, J., & Carter, J. (1793). The baptism of Christ a Gospel ordinance: : being altogether inward and spiritual: not, like John's, into water; but, according to the real nature of the Gospel, into the very name, life and power, of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Ghost. : Shewing that the Apostles' use of water baptism was by no means as an ordinance of Christ, but as the baptism of John; and that all who are baptized into Christ, have put on Christ, not only professionally, but substantially--that is, have put him on as the whole armour of light, and walk in him in newness of life. Providence: Printed by J. Carter., Place: United States; Rhode Island; Providence. Retrieved from