"The Practical Uses of Christian Baptism: A Circular Letter from the Ministers and Messengers of the Several Baptist Churches of the Northamptonshire Association, Assembled at Northampton, June 15, 16, 1802, to the Churches in their Connexion."
This circular letter was created from the Northamptonshire Association during their gathering on June 15 and 16, 1802 to address the topic of baptism. The text was composed by Andrew Fuller and printed by Manning and Loring in Boston, Massachusetts in 1804.
After an introduction and word of thanks from Dr. Stealey, the President of SEBTS (start-1:38), Dr. George Raymond Beasley-Murray, the Principal of Spurgeon’s College in London, gives his final of three lectures on the subject of Baptism (1:39-end).
After an introduction and welcome (start-3:55), Dr. George Raymond Beasley-Murray, the Principal of Spurgeon’s College in London, gives his second of three lectures on the subject of Baptism (3:56-46:42). The service then concludes with a song.
Dr. William H. Willimon was Minister to the University and Professor of the Practice of the Christian Ministry at Duke University in Durham, NC. The scripture reading is from Matthew 3:13-15. The theme of his message is "Christians are made, not born." The message focuses on the subject of baptism and its implications on the daily life of a Christian, especially as seen in Romans 6.