An Inquiry Into the Usage of Baptizo and the Nature of Judaic Baptism
Wm. Rutter & Co. 1869
Baptism by blood, fire, and drowning exemplify some of the ways Old Testament baptism took place—a stark contrast to the New Testament’s baptism by water. Compiling the works of Jewish writers from both Testaments, including the Apocrypha, Dale chronologically orders them so as to provide a panoramic view of the way Judaic baptism has changed throughout the Bible.
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- List of authors and works quoted
- Outline of the practice of baptism throughout the Old and New Testaments
- Title: An Inquiry Into the Usage of Baptizo and the Nature of Judaic Baptism
- Author: James Wilkinson Dale
- Publisher: William Rutter & Co.
- Publication Date: 1871
- Pages: 810
About James Wilkinson Dale
James Wilkinson Dale (1812–1881) was born in Delaware. A graduate of University of Pennsylvania, he went on to study theology and medicine at Andover, Princeton, and then University of Pennsylvania once again. Involved with both the American Bible Society and the temperance movement, Dale also became an ordained pastor. He is best known for his highly academic writings on the subject of baptism.