A debate between Rev. A. Campbell and Rev. N. L. Rice, on the action, subject, design and administrator of Christian baptism; also, on the character of spiritual influence in conversion and sanctification, and on the expediency and tendency of ecclesiastic creeds, as terms of union and communion. Held in Lexington, Ky., from the fifteenth of November to the second of December, 1843, a period of eighteen days. Reported by Marcus T. C. Gould. . . . assisted by A. Euclid Drapier. . . .
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