From Paedobaptism to Credobaptism: A Critique of the Westminster Standards on the Subjects of Baptism

W. Gary Crampton

Reformed Baptist Academic Press

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Following the Westminster Confession's definition of baptism, Gary Crampton presents a compelling argument for credobaptism versus paedobaptism. He examines each phrase of this definition as the outline of his work, finding that neither Scripture, the Apostolic Fathers, the Church Fathers, nor many modern paedobaptists support the definition in favor of infant baptism. His work is thorough in its research, broad in its survey, forceful in its irenic argument, and very readable for all. It betrays Dr. Crampton's own wrestling with the Scriptures, historical theology, and his own personal convictions as a former paedobaptist to become a convinced and biblical Baptist. I highly commend this work for those studying paedobaptism versus credobaptism. For the open heart, it should make you a Baptist. May the Lord use it to raise up more Reformed Baptist churches! Fred A. Malone, Ph.D. Pastor, First Baptist Church, Clinton, LA Author of The Baptism of Disciples Alone

  • Pages: 140
  • Type: Paperback
  • ISBN: 9780980217964
  • Published: June, 2010