LIBERTY

"Now the Lord is that Spirit: and where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is liberty."
(2Corinthians 3:17)



The Baptist, by the inspiration of his renewed nature, and by his heaven-given principles, is a lover of universal liberty. He will not rob a child of its freedom by making it a church member through infant baptism before it has exercised its choice or the Spirit has bestowed his grace; he will not force any man, by law, to give pecuniary [financial] or other support to his own religious opinions, nor will he inflict punishment for any supposed heresies. He who holds these doctrines is necessarily in favor of unfurling the flag of freedom over every quarter of the earth, and over every human being who can be safely set at liberty.”

(The Baptists and the American Revolution by William Cathcart)

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