Category Archives: Particular Baptist

In response to “Augustine: Infant Baptism Is The Apostolic And Universal Practice Of The Church”

Recently, R Scott Clark posted a brief quote by Augustine in which he was making the argument that infant baptism was the apostolic and universal practice of the church. Clearly, when such a person as Augustine states that something was … Continue reading

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Hippolytus on Baptism (Infants and Adults) – Should We Follow His “Apostolic Tradition”?

Way back in church history, there once lived a man named Hippolytus. He lived from around 170 – 235, so we’re talking about someone who was born just around 140 years after Christ’s ascension. Sometime around the year 215, he … Continue reading

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A Chronology of Joel 2

In response to my last post on Acts 2 and Genesis 17, my friend Micah has made an assertion that Peter must have been referring to infants because Joel 2:16 (just 12 verses prior to the prophecy that Peter cited … Continue reading

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Is “Calvinism” in Southern Baptist Churches a “Trojan Horse”

I was greatly disturbed this morning to read the statements that a couple of people in leadership within the Southern Baptist Convention (in which I am a member) have made regarding “Calvinisim” being on the rise within our denomination. Paige … Continue reading

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Does John the Baptist’s Being Filled With The Holy Spirit As a Child Present a Problem For Baptists?

Over the weekend, a person I follow on Twitter posted the following question that I, as a Baptist, would like to have an opportunity to respond to in a fuller capacity. The NewGeneva account posted the following statement: “The faith … Continue reading

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