A Bible History of Baptism
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A Bible History of Baptism

By Samuel J. Baird
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  • THE GREAT BAPTIZER. A Bible History of Baptism.
  • PREFACE.
  • CONTENTS.
  • INTRODUCTION.
  • Book I. OLD TESTAMENT HISTORY.
    • Part I. BAPTISM AT SINAI.
      • Section I.—Baptism Originated in the Old Testament.
      • Section II.—No Immersions in the Old Testament.
      • Section III.—The Old Testament Sacraments.
      • Section IV.—The Baptism of Israel at Sinai.
      • Section V.—The Blood of Sprinkling.
      • Section VI.—The Living Water.
    • Section I.—Baptism Originated in the Old Testament.
    • Section II.—No Immersions in the Old Testament.
    • Section III.—The Old Testament Sacraments.
    • Section IV.—The Baptism of Israel at Sinai.
    • Section V.—The Blood of Sprinkling.
    • Section VI.—The Living Water.
    • Part II. THE VISIBLE CHURCH.
      • Section VII.—The Abrahamic Covenant.
      • Section VIII.—The Conditions of the Sinai Covenant.
      • Section IX.—The Promises of the Sinai Covenant.
      • Section X.—The Visible Church was thus established.
      • Section XI.—The Terms of Membership in the Church of Israel.
      • Section XII.—Circumcision and Baptism.
    • Section VII.—The Abrahamic Covenant.
    • Section VIII.—The Conditions of the Sinai Covenant.
    • Section IX.—The Promises of the Sinai Covenant.
    • Section X.—The Visible Church was thus established.
    • Section XI.—The Terms of Membership in the Church of Israel.
    • Section XII.—Circumcision and Baptism.
    • Part III. ADMINISTERED BAPTISMS=SPRINKLINGS.
      • Section XIII.—Unclean Seven Days.
      • Section XIV.—The Baptism of a healed Leper.
      • Section XV.—Baptism of those defiled by the Dead.
      • Section XVI.—Purifying from Issues.
      • Section XVII.—The Baptism of Proselytes.
      • Section XVIII.—The Baptism of Infants.
      • Section XIX.—The Baptism of the Levites.
      • Section XX.—These all were one Baptism.
      • Section XXI.—This Symbol was derived from the Rain.
      • Section XXII.—This Ordinance meant, Life to the Dead.
      • Section XXIII.—The Gospel in the Water of Separation.
      • Section XXIV.—These were the Divers Baptisms.
    • Section XIII.—Unclean Seven Days.
    • Section XIV.—The Baptism of a healed Leper.
    • Section XV.—Baptism of those defiled by the Dead.
    • Section XVI.—Purifying from Issues.
    • Section XVII.—The Baptism of Proselytes.
    • Section XVIII.—The Baptism of Infants.
    • Section XIX.—The Baptism of the Levites.
    • Section XX.—These all were one Baptism.
    • Section XXI.—This Symbol was derived from the Rain.
    • Section XXII.—This Ordinance meant, Life to the Dead.
    • Section XXIII.—The Gospel in the Water of Separation.
    • Section XXIV.—These were the Divers Baptisms.
    • Part IV. THE RITUAL SELF-WASHINGS.
      • Section XXV.—Unclean until the Even.
      • Section XXVI.—Gradation of the Self-washings.
      • Section XXVII.—Mode implied in the Meaning of the Rite.
      • Section XXVIII.—The Words used to designate the Washings.
      • Section XXIX.—The Mode of Domestic Ablution.
      • Section XXX.—The Facilities requisite.
      • Section XXXI.—The Washings of the Priests.
      • Section XXXII.—Like these were the Washings of the People.
      • Section XXXIII.—Defilements and Purifyings of Things.
    • Section XXV.—Unclean until the Even.
    • Section XXVI.—Gradation of the Self-washings.
    • Section XXVII.—Mode implied in the Meaning of the Rite.
    • Section XXVIII.—The Words used to designate the Washings.
    • Section XXIX.—The Mode of Domestic Ablution.
    • Section XXX.—The Facilities requisite.
    • Section XXXI.—The Washings of the Priests.
    • Section XXXII.—Like these were the Washings of the People.
    • Section XXXIII.—Defilements and Purifyings of Things.
    • Part V. LATER TRACES OF THE SPRINKLED BAPTISMS.
      • Section XXXIV.—Old Testament Allusions.
      • Section XXXV.—Rabbinic Traditions as to the Red Heifer.
      • Section XXXVI.—The Festival of the Outpouring of Water.
      • Section XXXVII.—The Hellenistic Greek.
      • Section XXXVIII.—The Baptism of Naaman.
      • Section XXXIX.—“Baptized from the Dead.”
      • Section XL.—Judith’s Baptisms.
      • Section XLI.—The Water of Separation in Philo and Josephus.
      • Section XLII.—Imitations of these Rites by the Greeks and Romans.
      • Section XLIII.—Baptism in Egypt and among the Aztecs.
      • Section XLIV.—The Levitical Baptisms in the Christian Fathers.
    • Section XXXIV.—Old Testament Allusions.
    • Section XXXV.—Rabbinic Traditions as to the Red Heifer.
    • Section XXXVI.—The Festival of the Outpouring of Water.
    • Section XXXVII.—The Hellenistic Greek.
    • Section XXXVIII.—The Baptism of Naaman.
    • Section XXXIX.—“Baptized from the Dead.”
    • Section XL.—Judith’s Baptisms.
    • Section XLI.—The Water of Separation in Philo and Josephus.
    • Section XLII.—Imitations of these Rites by the Greeks and Romans.
    • Section XLIII.—Baptism in Egypt and among the Aztecs.
    • Section XLIV.—The Levitical Baptisms in the Christian Fathers.
    • Part VI. STATE OF THE OLD TESTAMENT ARGUMENT.
      • Section XLV.—Points established by the foregoing Evidence.
    • Section XLV.—Points established by the foregoing Evidence.
  • Book II. NEW TESTAMENT HISTORY.
    • Part VII. INTRODUCTORY.
      • Section XLVI.—State of the Question.
    • Section XLVI.—State of the Question.
    • Part VIII. THE PURIFYINGS OF THE JEWS.
      • Section XLVII.—Accounts of them in the Gospels.
      • Section XLVIII.—Washing the Hands before Meals.
      • Section XLIX.—Baptism upon return from Market.
      • Section L.—A Various Reading.
      • Section LI.—Baptisms of Utensils and Furniture.
    • Section XLVII.—Accounts of them in the Gospels.
    • Section XLVIII.—Washing the Hands before Meals.
    • Section XLIX.—Baptism upon return from Market.
    • Section L.—A Various Reading.
    • Section LI.—Baptisms of Utensils and Furniture.
    • Part IX. JOHN’s$1BAPTISM.
      • Section LII.—The History of John’s Mission.
      • Section LIII.—Israel at the Time of John’s Coming.
      • Section LIV.—The Nature and End of John’s Baptism.
      • Section LV.—The Extent of John’s Baptism.
      • Section LVI.—John did not Immerse.
      • Section LVII.—John Baptized by Sprinkling with unmingled Water.
    • Section LII.—The History of John’s Mission.
    • Section LIII.—Israel at the Time of John’s Coming.
    • Section LIV.—The Nature and End of John’s Baptism.
    • Section LV.—The Extent of John’s Baptism.
    • Section LVI.—John did not Immerse.
    • Section LVII.—John Baptized by Sprinkling with unmingled Water.
    • Part X. CHRIST’s$1BAPTISMS AND ANOINTING.
      • Section LVIII.—The Meaning of his Baptism by John.
      • Section LIX.—The Anointing of the Lord Jesus.
      • Section LX.—“The Baptism that I am Baptized with.”
    • Section LVIII.—The Meaning of his Baptism by John.
    • Section LIX.—The Anointing of the Lord Jesus.
    • Section LX.—“The Baptism that I am Baptized with.”
    • Part XI. CHRIST THE GREAT BAPTIZER.
      • Section LXI.—The Kingdom of the Son of Man.
      • Section LXII.—Christ is enthroned as the Baptizer.
      • Section LXIII.—Note, on the Procession of the Holy Spirit.
      • Section LXIV.—The Baptism of Fire.
      • Section LXV.—The Baptism of Pentecost.
      • Section LXVI.—The Manner of the Pentecost Baptism.
      • Section LXVII.—The New Spirit Imparted on Pentecost.
      • Section LXVIII.—The Tongues like as of Fire.
      • Section LXIX.—The Gift of Other Tongues.
      • Section LXX.—The Baptism of Repentance for the Remission of Sins.
      • Section LXXI.—Paul’s Doctrine of this Baptism.
      • Section LXXII.—Noah Saved by Water.
      • Section LXXIII.—Christ’s Baptizing Administration.
      • Section LXXIV.—Argument from the Real to Ritual Baptism.
    • Section LXI.—The Kingdom of the Son of Man.
    • Section LXII.—Christ is enthroned as the Baptizer.
    • Section LXIII.—Note, on the Procession of the Holy Spirit.
    • Section LXIV.—The Baptism of Fire.
    • Section LXV.—The Baptism of Pentecost.
    • Section LXVI.—The Manner of the Pentecost Baptism.
    • Section LXVII.—The New Spirit Imparted on Pentecost.
    • Section LXVIII.—The Tongues like as of Fire.
    • Section LXIX.—The Gift of Other Tongues.
    • Section LXX.—The Baptism of Repentance for the Remission of Sins.
    • Section LXXI.—Paul’s Doctrine of this Baptism.
    • Section LXXII.—Noah Saved by Water.
    • Section LXXIII.—Christ’s Baptizing Administration.
    • Section LXXIV.—Argument from the Real to Ritual Baptism.
    • Part XII. THE BAPTIST ARGUMENT.
      • Section LXXV.—Baptizo and the Resurrection.
      • Section LXXVI.—The Prepositions.
      • Section LXXVII.—“There was much Water there.”
      • Section LXXVIII.—“Buried with him by Baptism into Death.”
      • Section LXXIX.—“Buried with Him in Baptism.”
      • Section LXXX.—End of the Baptist Argument.
    • Section LXXV.—Baptizo and the Resurrection.
    • Section LXXVI.—The Prepositions.
    • Section LXXVII.—“There was much Water there.”
    • Section LXXVIII.—“Buried with him by Baptism into Death.”
    • Section LXXIX.—“Buried with Him in Baptism.”
    • Section LXXX.—End of the Baptist Argument.
    • Part XIII. BAPTISMAL REGENERATION.
      • Section LXXXI.—The Doctrine is Contrary to the Whole Tenor of the Gospel.
      • Section LXXXII.—“Born of Water and of the Spirit.”
      • Section LXXXIII.—“The Washing of Water by the Word.”
    • Section LXXXI.—The Doctrine is Contrary to the Whole Tenor of the Gospel.
    • Section LXXXII.—“Born of Water and of the Spirit.”
    • Section LXXXIII.—“The Washing of Water by the Word.”
    • Part XIV. THE NEW TESTAMENT CHURCH.
      • Section LXXXIV.—The Ritual Law was not Repealed.
      • Section LXXXV.—Why the Gentiles were Exempt from the Law.
      • Section LXXXVI.—The Christian Passover.
      • Section LXXXVII.—The Hebrew Christian Church.
      • Section LXXXVIII.—The Gentiles Graffed in.
    • Section LXXXIV.—The Ritual Law was not Repealed.
    • Section LXXXV.—Why the Gentiles were Exempt from the Law.
    • Section LXXXVI.—The Christian Passover.
    • Section LXXXVII.—The Hebrew Christian Church.
    • Section LXXXVIII.—The Gentiles Graffed in.
    • Part XV. CHRISTIAN BAPTISM.
      • Section LXXXIX.—History of the Rite.
      • Section XC.—“Baptizing them into the Name.”
      • Section XCI.—“He that believeth and is baptized.”
      • Section XCII.—The Formula of Baptism.
      • Section XCIII.—The Administration on Pentecost.
      • Section XCIV.—Symbolic Meaning of this Baptism.
      • Section XCV.—The Mode of the ritual Baptism on Pentecost.
      • Section XCVI.—Other Cases Illustrating the Mode.
      • Section XCVII.—“Baptized into Moses.”
    • Section LXXXIX.—History of the Rite.
    • Section XC.—“Baptizing them into the Name.”
    • Section XCI.—“He that believeth and is baptized.”
    • Section XCII.—The Formula of Baptism.
    • Section XCIII.—The Administration on Pentecost.
    • Section XCIV.—Symbolic Meaning of this Baptism.
    • Section XCV.—The Mode of the ritual Baptism on Pentecost.
    • Section XCVI.—Other Cases Illustrating the Mode.
    • Section XCVII.—“Baptized into Moses.”
    • Part XVI. THE FAMILY AND THE CHILDREN.
      • Section XCVIII.—Christ and the Children.
      • Section XCIX.—“Else were your Children unclean but now are they Holy.”
      • Section C.—Household Baptisms.
    • Section XCVIII.—Christ and the Children.
    • Section XCIX.—“Else were your Children unclean but now are they Holy.”
    • Section C.—Household Baptisms.
  • Conclusion.
  • SCRIPTURES ILLUSTRATED IN THE FOREGOING PAGES.
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