Category Archives: baptism

New Resource on Covenant Theology

Fresh off the printing press is a new book on Covenant Theology from a Reformed Baptist perspective.  The title is Covenant Theology: A Reformed and Baptistic Perspective on God’s Covenants and runs almost 400 pages.  Greg Nichols has taken unto himself the … Continue reading

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My Wife’s Baptism

Praise God.  Yesterday was such a wonderful day.  My wife Hollie publicly professed her faith in Christ and was baptized by Pastor Steve in the name of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit.  She is now officially part of the … Continue reading

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The “Anabaptist” Smear

I came across Michael Haykin’s blog posting about the ongoing debate over the origin of Baptists.  One thing I’ve noticed over the years is that many of our paedobaptist brethren are always trying to link Baptists with the radical Anabaptists … Continue reading

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Great Quote Against Sprinkling

In the depths of my father-in-law’s garage, there are a plethora of books about various subjects.  He let my wife and I go through them and pick out which ones we wanted.  Many of these books are theological in nature … Continue reading

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