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FAQ on the Reformed Baptist View of Baptism

My comment: Here is a short article that answers several of the common objections against Reformed Baptist Covenant Theology. Here is a list of the questions which this article covers:


 
by Stan Reeves

1. What books present the Reformed Baptist view of baptism?

2. What readily available short works present the Reformed Baptist view of baptism?

3. Considering that Old Testament believers were commanded to place the sign of the covenant upon their infant children, why do we not have clear explanations in the New Testament that this pattern of infant inclusion has been abrogated?

4. Doesn’t Acts 2:39 indicate a continuation of the principle of including children under the new covenant?

5. Does the Reformed Baptist view prevent us from embracing God’s promise to be a God to our children?

6. Is the sacrament of baptism a means of grace according to Reformed Baptist theology?

7. How can baptism be a means of grace in Baptist theology when Baptists assert that a person must already be saved to be eligible for baptism?

8. Doesn’t I Cor. 7:14 teach that children of believers are covenantally set apart and thus eligible for baptism?

 

 

 

Read the entire article here.

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