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ContributionsSamuel Macauley Jackson (Editor), Charles Colebrook Sherman (Editor), George William Gilmore (Editor)
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The Apologists labored to establish a personal difference between the Father and the Son. Hanson is cited as a primary source in the edition of the Encyclopædia The New Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia Of Religious Thought book, and New Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge (–14) articles on Universalism.

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of the Realencyklopädie Founded by J. Herzog, and Edited by Albert Hauck, Preprared by More Than Six Hundred Scholars and Specialists Under the Supervision. He served as an editor and author for numerous prestigious projects, including The American Church History Series, The New Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia of Religious Thought, The Encyclopedia of Living Divines, and The Concise Dictionary of Religious Knowledge.

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The New Testament clearly points out that the baptism of John was from God. no one could then have thought of attributing to it a different meaning, such as 'sprinkle' or 'pour.'" (Boles, H. Leo Commentary on Matthew.

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"Flagellants." The Catholic Encyclopedia. New York: Robert Appleton, Last updated April, New Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge. Grand Rapids: Baker Book House, Martensen, Hans Lassen. Jacob Boehme; His life and teaching.

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The baptismal formula was changed from the name of Jesus Christ to the words Father, Son, & Holy Ghost by the Catholic Church in the second century. A HISTORY OF CHRISTIAN THOUGHT (Otto Heick) (), I, 53 THE NEW SCHAFF-HERZOG ENCYCLOPEDIA OF RELIGIOUS KNOWLEDGE (), I, The New Testament knows only baptism in the name of Jesus.

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1 By Albert Hauck; Samuel Macauley Jackson Funk and Wagnalls, Read this book on Questia. Augustine through the Ages presents the work, thought, and influence of a single, significant person from Late Antiquity: Augustine of Hippo (). As with any encyclopedia, it provides a starting point: making Augustine's thought and the literature about Augustine more accessible to readers of diverse interests and backgrounds.Gasparo Contarini (16 October – 24 August ) was an Italian diplomat, thought that all would have been done when the abuses in church life had been put away.

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