Johannic baptism, a term referring primarily to the baptisms of John the Baptist, is dissected in volume three of Dale’s works. Including geographic mapping of the baptisms as well as a detailed account of the baptism of Christ, this resource also compiles views of John’s baptisms from a variety of outside sources, including early Christian writers, well-known Baptist theologians, and Calvin.
Rich with biblical insight and scriptural references, Logos’ edition of An Inquiry Into the Usage of Baptizo and the Nature of Johannic Baptism is essential for anyone wishing to gain a well-rounded and thorough grasp of this much-debated topic. A great addition to any theological collection, this resource proves to be especially accessible in electronic format. As you read An Inquiry Into the Usage of Baptizo and the Nature of Johannic Baptism in Logos Bible Software, you can double-click on any word in any language for a match in your preferred lexicons.
- Detailed account of the baptism of Christ
- Various views of John’s baptisms
- Title: An Inquiry Into the Usage of Baptizo and the Nature of Johannic Baptism
- Author: James Wilkinson Dale
- Publisher: William Rutter & Co.
- Publication Date: 1871
- Pages: 420
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.