Infant Baptism: An Introductory Sprinkling for Parishioners
How could those who hold to Reformed Theology actually believe in a practice that has no biblical warrant? Where in the Bible do we find support for this practice? Why does our church baptize babies? If you are a person who has ever uttered a question like this, this introductory book on the topic of infant baptism is for you.
It is often the case that people who first encounter Reformed teaching are elated to learn these truths. They are grateful that they have found a tradition that seeks to uphold biblical integrity and faithfulness to Scripture. Yet they struggle with the teaching of infant baptism. It seems not to fit. At the same time, those that have been raised in a Reformed church, and are accustomed to seeing baptisms of infants, typically have questions about why it is practiced. What is the biblical rationale for this practice? The intention of this book is to answer that paramount question.