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

Some common ground between Baptists and paedocommunion advocates

I was really interested in this video by Alastair Roberts on paedocommunion. Now, cards on the table, I am a Baptist by conviction. Not only

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

3 baptisms, four admissions to membership

Yesterday, we had the joy of baptising three Iranian brothers. All three, along with another Iranian lady who has previously been baptised elsewhere, were brought into

Communion must be about more than your personal relationship with Christ

Whenever talk of communion rears its head, particularly discussion of close v open tables, several questions need to be answered. The problem with many approaches

Four reasons I would restrict communion to church members

It is probably worth noting from the outset, I pastor a church that currently practices an open table. Though this is not where I sit by