1766 JOHN GILL. Rare Response to John Gill on Dipping and Believer's Baptism
1766 JOHN GILL. Rare Response to John Gill on Dipping and Believer's Baptism
1766 JOHN GILL. Rare Response to John Gill on Dipping and Believer's Baptism

1766 JOHN GILL. Rare Response to John Gill on Dipping and Believer's Baptism

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Mayo, Henry. The True Scripture Doctine, of the Mode and Subjects of Christian Baptism; With some Strictures on Dr. Gill's Sentiments of the Moral Law, and Justification from Eternity. In Six Letters to a Candid Antipaedobaptist. Being a Full Answer to Dr. Gill's Sermon, at Mrs. Carmichael's Dipping, and to all that he ever Published on Baptism. London. James Buckland. 1766. 72pp. 

Henry Mayo [1733-1793] was pastor at Northampton and then at Wapping, London. He was also tutor at the Indpendnet / Presbyterian college and a prominent man among the Independents. Very rare copy of his primary response to John Gill, with whom he had entered into a rather public debate on Baptism and Gill's "antinomian" tendencies, though the present focuses on Baptism generally. 

Good, crisp, and complete; removed from a larger sammelband. Some scattered foxing. Very scarce.