10 arguments for baptising infants I find unconvincing: a reply to David Robertson

David Robertson recently published a post on his blog outlining 10 reasons why he baptised his baby granddaughter. These are the same reasons he baptised

3 baptisms creating 3 members; 2 members welcomed without a baptism. What was going on?

Yesterday, we baptised and welcomed into membership 3 Iranian people: Hannah, Mohammad and Ahmad. We also welcomed into membership two British people: Rachel and Natalie.

The baptist view of the covenants and their respective signs

I have had a few discussions lately on slightly different subjects but with similar answers to the questions. I’ve discussed God’s purpose for Israel and

Why do I believe in credobaptism?

Regular followers of this blog will know that I am a Reformed Baptist. That is, I believe in reformed soteriology, the doctrines of grace and

We had a baptism yesterday: here’s what we did

At Oldham Bethel Church, we had the privilege of baptising and bringing into membership one of our Iranian brothers. There are several things going on

Is local church membership biblical?

A few days ago, I discussed the link between baptism and membership. I noted that baptism has historically, across all mainline denominations, been understood to

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