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Explaining Infant Baptism

Explaining Infant Baptism

By R. Scott Clark Yesterday someone commented on one of the BigSocialMedia platforms that the Heidelcast series, “I Will Be A God To You And To Your Children” helped them to understand and accept infant baptism (paedobaptism) as the biblical position. Someone else...
Fifty-five Theses Against Transubstantiation

Fifty-five Theses Against Transubstantiation

By the Rev. Dr. Francis Nigel Lee Caldwell-Morrow Professor in Church History Queensland Presbyterian Theological College Brisbane, Australia, 2000 First. Together with Holy Scripture, I assert the real presence of Christ, personally, at His Sacraments and in His Word...
Baptize = Immerse?

Baptize = Immerse?

One of the known risks of becoming reformed is that you sometimes have to re-examine some of your long held beliefs about what the Bible actually teaches. This is certainly the case when it comes to the mode of baptism. Most Americans equate baptism with immersion, so...
Is my child ready for communion?

Is my child ready for communion?

One of the responsibilities of sessions is determining whether a non-communing child is now ready to receive the Lord’s Supper. Over the years, it has become the custom in many Reformed churches, even Old School Presbyterian ones, to assume that member children will...
Household Baptism: Resources

Household Baptism: Resources

Good and godly men disagree over this question: To whom is the sacrament of baptism properly administered? Those who hold to the credo-baptist position (i.e., only repentant adults may be baptized) defend their position in a relatively simple manner by pointing to...
The Elements of Communion

The Elements of Communion

While all true churches administer the sacrament of communion, there is also much diversity when it comes to the elements. We want you to know what to expect in our church and why. Unleavened Bread? We readily grant the fact that the Lord’s Supper was instituted...