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Mr. Danvers, Mr. Wills, p. 44. 5. 16. Most of the modern 1
to be to this purpose, but are not.
or omission of pedobaptism.
learned men that hare concluded infant-baptism to have been
either not from the beginning, or not universal, have been
§. 1. Constantine was not baptized till just before his death,
§. 1. The history of their father, p. 60. §. 2. The time of
$. 1. The quotations brought by Mr. Danvers for his baptism
şi. An account when he was baptized, p. ;6.
$. 2. His
$. 1. Ancient historians do say they were, p. 91. §. 2. Grotius,
§. 1. Erasmus thought he was baptized at Rome, because he
§. 1. He was thirty-three years old when he was baptized,
years of discretion, p. 120. $. 2. St. Austin was no Christian
§. 1. Danvers' proof from Fabian's Chronicle, that the ancient