by J. Alec Motyer“The subject of infant baptism is undoubtedly a delicate and difficult one. Holy and praying men are unable to see alike upon it. Although they read the same Bible, and profess to be led by the same Spirit, they arrive at different conclusions about this sacrament.
But this must not make members of the Church of England shrink from holding decided opinions on the subject. That church has declared plainly in its Articles that ‘the baptism of young children is in any wise to be retained, as most agreeable with the institution of Christ.’ To this opinion we need not be afraid to adhere.”
J. C. Ryle
This book aims to help Anglican Evangelicals recover that same gracious yet unashamed confidence shown by Bishop Ryle in the nineteenth century. The authors defend biblically the doctrine of infant baptism and its proper evangelical practice within the Church of England. They expound a covenantal understanding of infant baptism which has impeccable evangelical credentials in order to reassure a new generation of Anglican Evangelical ‘paedobaptists’ that theirs is no new or peculiar doctrine, and to persuade those who may not have fully appreciated the Reformed heritage we in the Church of England enjoy.
Dr. John R. W. Stott CBE is Rector Emeritus of All Souls, Langham Place in London and over the last 60 years has been one of the most influential leaders of evangelicalism worldwide.
Dr. J. Alec Motyer is the former Principal of Trinity College, Bristol, and was for many years incumbent of St. Luke’s, West Hampstead and later minister of Christ Church, Westbourne
They are respectively the New Testament and Old Testament Editors of the widely-acclaimed Bible Speaks Today series of evangelical commentaries.
|Title||The Anglican Evangelical Doctrine of Infant Baptism|
|eBook format||Kindle Edition, (torrent)|
|Author||J. Alec Motyer|
|Publisher||The Latimer Trust|
|File size||5.1 Mb|
|Book rating||4.5 (2 votes)