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Monday, November 07, 2005 

Covenant Baptism: For Children?

As mentioned, I had hoped to begin a wiki regarding baptism. Its now up, and you can view the wiki here: Covenant Baptism.

At any time, if you have theological/biblical propositions you'd like to add or think that some of your reflections and comments may add to the discussion, please email me (click button to the right) and I'll pass along the password so that you may join the wikitalk. Regardless of your contributions/interactions, I pray the site will be a benefit and blessing to all Christians, that it will focus thinking and exegesis, and propogate the beautiful doctrine of our Lord Jesus Christ.

Here is my basic contention:
It is biblically clear to me that children of believing parents enjoy special priviledges under the New Covenant, and are indeed members of the visible covenant. What is not so clear to me, however, is where baptism fits in.

Hop on over and debate away.

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