I was reading this short article on Paedobaptism the other day. In fact, I read it twice. I picked it up on Tim Challies A
Were OT believers indwelt by the Holy Spirit?
The short answer is no. ‘Hang on!’ I hear you cry. ‘Don’t you have to be regenerate to even come to believe?’ Of course, that
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. What struck me about this video, however, was the common ground between advocates
How do we encourage our children to see the church as valuable?
We had an interesting, if perhaps emotionally loaded, discussion at our home group this evening. We have spent the last few months looking at our
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