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Thornwell, J. H. Sacramental Sorcery: The Invalidity Of Roman Catholic Baptism
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Thornwell, J. H. Sacramental Sorcery: The Invalidity Of Roman Catholic Baptism

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(034191) Thornwell, J. H. Sacramental Sorcery: The Invalidity Of Roman Catholic Baptism. Unicoi, TN: Trinity Foundation, 2006. 1st Edition. Paperback. 8vo. 215 pages. Fine with no DJ. James Henley Thornwell was a Southern Presbyterian theologian of the mid- nineteenth century. Thornwell wrote the book in response to Charles Hodges attack on the decision of the 1845 Presbyterian General Assembly (Old School) declaring that Romanist baptism is not Christian baptism. Despite the General Assemblys Biblical declaration, Hodge, who was very sound on other doctrines, continued to teach his erroneous views on Romanist baptism in his classes at Princeton Seminary, and his soft-on-Romanism approach shaped the minds of the Princeton students who occupied Presbyterian pulpits in the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. It was Hodges error that became the majority view in Presbyterian churches in the twentieth century, and contributed to the ecumenism and apostasy of that century. This single example illustrates how seminaries can corrupt churches and entire denominations by their errant teaching. - Publisher ISBN: 1891777165  (Catholic Church, Controversial Literature, Baptism)

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