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T H E FIRST, o
BEING
AN IMPARTIAL COLLECTION OF ALL PASSAGES

in the Writers of the Four First Centuries, |

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THE SEC O N D,
CoNTAINING

SEVERAL THINGS To ILLUSTRATE THE SAID HISTORY.

TO WHICH IS ADDED,

A D E F E N C E
The History of Infant Baptism,

A GAINST THE REFLECTIONs of M.R. GALE AND OTHERs.
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By W. WALL,

WICAR OF SHOREHAM, IN KENT,
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THE FOURTH EDITION:
WITH THE AUTHoR's LAST corrections.

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IN THREE VOLUMES,
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WOL. II.

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PRINTED for F. c. AND J. RivingtoN ; J. NuNN; J. cutIIELL;
J. MATCHARD; ogles, DUNCAN, AND cochRAN; w. otridge; |
R. PRIESTLEY ; SIMPKIN AND MARSHALL ; Rodwell
AND MARTIN ; J. PARKER, oxFord ; AND
DEIGHTON AND SONS, CAMBRIDGE.

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CHAPTER I. Some Passages cited; but not to the Purpose

II. Opinions of learned Men concerning ancient
Practice or Omission of Paedobaptism

III. Of those who are said to be born of Christian
Parents, and not baptized till of Man's Age
Of Constantine and Constantius -
Of Gratian and Valentinian the Second
Of St. Basil -

Of St. Gregory Nazianzen —

Of Nectarius - - -
Of St. Chrysostom - -
Of St. Ambrose - -
Of St. Hierom — - do-

Of St. Austin

IV. Church of the Ancient Britons; the Nova-
tians, Donatists, who were thought Anti-
paedobaptists; — Of the Arians -

V. Of Heretics that denied Water-Baptism; of
others that baptized the Person several
Times; Dispute concerning rebaptizing;

of the Paulianists, &c. - Dispute among the Catholics whether Baptism by Heretics be valid

The Nicene Fathers accused of Tritheism
The Mischief brought on the Credit of the
Christian Religion - -

VI. Opinions of the Antients concerning the Fu

ture State of Infants, or those who die.

unbaptized — - Opinions in anno 500, 600, 1000, and 1200, respecting unbaptized Infants

Argument of the Christian World with respect
to baptized Infants - *

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CHA PTE R. I. *
OF SOME OTHER PASSAGES WHICH ARE CITED,

AND PRETENDED TO BE TO THIS PURPOSE,
BUT ARE NOT.

The passages produced in the First Part, are all that I have met with in authors that wrote in the four first centuries; saving that in St. Austin's works there are, as I said, a great many more ; but all to the same purpose. In some collections of this nature I have scen several other quotations, pretended to be out of the authors within the said term; — but they are either,

1. Out of such books as are now discovered to be forgeries of late years; or, 2. They are nothing to the purpose; or, 3. Wrested and altered by those that cite them to another sense than what they carry in the authors themselves; or, t 4. Such wherein the author does not say that for

* The Rey. Mr. Wall, in the following part of his Work, has accommodated his dates to the Years after the Apostles, instead of fixing them to the Years of our Lord. The dates, therefore, which occur [between crotchets.] are to be understood as years after the time of the Apostles; but where two dates are inserted, the first refers to the §. of Christ, and the second to the Year after the Apostles.

YOL. II, - R

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