<transcy>Infant baptism (Le baptême des enfants)</transcy>
The children of believers are special in the sight of God. In this book, John P. Sartelle shows why they are special and he explains the meaning of infant baptism.
Parents who have had their children baptized or who wish to have their children baptized will find in this little book everything they need to better understand infant baptism. The practical responsibilities of Christian parents and the promises of God concerning their children are stated clearly and in a constructive and non-controversial manner. This book was not written for professional theologians, but for all believers who desire to know what the Bible teaches on this subject.
“ T he infant baptism is by far the best study of its kind that I have read ... It is simple, lively, practical and pastoral. I highly recommend this excellent pastoral study [and] to you. "- James I. Packer
Table of contents
A ritual without reality
1 Circumcision: a great inheritance
2 Baptism: a new sign
3 Circumcision accomplished through baptism
4 God and the family of Old Testament
5 God and the New Testament Family
6 Responsibilities of the Covenant Home
8 Questions and Answers
9 Questions to Consider
Appendix - Children are legitimately baptized, without faith or repentance, because they belong to the covenant - Pierre Marcel
Publisher : Éditions La Rochelle
Author : John Sartelle
Publication : May 2018
ISBN : 978-2-924895-01-6
Pages : 76
Format : paperback
Dimensions : 5 "x 7"
Weight : 76 g