Chapter 13. A Dialogue On Infant Baptism Between Hubmaier and Oecolampad

In short, I let you all be highly learned, as you boast, but I have spoken in simplicity and my speech is and shall be and must be thus; for the carpenter’s Son who never went to any school, has bidden me so to speak and he himself has hewed my pen with his carpenter’s axe. May God have mercy on us all. Amen.

By John Horsch

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