Some clarifications on Strict& Particular Baptist ecclesiology: a reply to John Stevens

At the risk of prolonging this discussion further than I ought, I felt it worth replying to a recent blog post by John Stevens. John

Two questions for Baptists who admit paedobaptists to membership

I don’t want to rehash everything I’ve said about baptism and membership again. You can read my view on whether I would admit paedobaptists into

Can we reject paedobaptism and welcome paedobaptists? A reply to Gavin Ortlund

Gavin Ortlund has written an article on whether it is possible for baptists to welcome paedobaptists into membership whilst maintaining their opposition to paedobaptism. You

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.

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

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