This paper sets David Lipscomb's position on rebaptism in three contexts.
First, to provide a historical context, it states the circumstances of his baptism
and examines how and to what ends he employed the narrative of it. Second, to
craft a theological context, it contours in a broad way his doctrine of baptism.
Third, to furnish an ecclesial context, it scrutinizes the practice of receiving
members at Nashville's South College Street Christian Church, where he served
as an elder.
McGarvey Ice, "David Lipscomb on Rebaptism: Contexts of a Controversy," Restoration Quarterly 61:3 (Third Quarter 2018): 129-146.
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