Excerpt from The History of the Old South Church in Boston: In Four Sermons, Delivered May 9,& 16, 1830, Being the First and Second Sabbaths After the Compiction of a Century From the First Occupancy of the Present Meeting House
In 1662, another and more efficient effort was made to put an end to these difficulties. The General Court of Massachusetts appointed a Synod of all the ministers of that colony, to delib crate and decide on two questions; of which the most deeply interesting was, Who are the subjects of baptism? 1' This Synod met at Boston, in September, 1662. Though its members were all of Massachusetts, their proceedings affected the other colonies.
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