Infant baptism is the practice of baptising infants or young children. In theological
discussions, the practice is sometimes referred to as paedobaptism or ...
Fundamentalists often criticize the Catholic Church's practice of baptizing infants.
According to them, baptism is for adults and older children, because it is to be ...
The ordinary practice in baptistic churches has no more direct biblical support
than the practice in churches that baptize infants. In both groups of churches, ...
With this in view, infant baptism is not a Biblical practice. An infant cannot place
his or her faith in Christ. An infant cannot make a conscious decision to obey ...
Throughout history and during these modern days, there are those who believe infant baptism
is necessary, but is it? If a baby or child is not baptized will he/she go to hell? Find the answers to these questions in this FAQ on Infant Baptism
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Feb 26, 2013 ... But a sense that Presbyterian polity was biblical was one thing; "getting" infant
baptism was something else. Looking back over the first ten ...
Infant baptism (also called paedobaptism, covenant baptism, and household
baptism) is the most common form of baptism practiced in Christianity throughout
To more fully understand our position on infant baptism, we offer this text of a
sermon by Rev. David Feddes, former English radio minister with Back to God ...
These questions were so significant to me that I refused to actively support or
encourage the practice of infant baptism until I was able to get some satisfactory ...
Sep 18, 2011 ... But for the most part, historically, Christianity has been marked by infant baptism.
In fact, from about the fourth century on, infant baptism has ...