The ‘Record’ speaks of its objection to the ‘Brethren’s’ dogma on baptism. I do know what is its object in this; but I must be allowed to say, the ‘Brethren’ have no dogma on baptism. Had they, they would have given up their first principles, and I for one could not be among them: first, because they would be at once sectarian, united on a particular opinion; and, secondly, that I have no such dogma. I know well that many have Baptist views on this subject; but many, very many, have not: many are decidedly opposed to it; I for one.
J.N. Darby, A Letter on the Righteousness of God, in Collected Writings, vol.7, p.343