Hanserd Knollys, Henry Danvers, and Jerome On Paedobapstism

The seventeenth century debate concerning the ordinance of baptism was not as simple as one might expect. The debate consisted of historical, hermeneutical, and methodological considerations. Perhaps the best way to picture such a controversy is in a series of ever-shrinking circles, the smaller inside the larger. Discussion may have began at the broadest circle, … Continue reading Hanserd Knollys, Henry Danvers, and Jerome On Paedobapstism

On Circumcision & Baptism: Interacting with R. Scott Clark

I have always found R. Scott Clark to be abundantly clear and precise when it comes to explaining his theology. I appreciate his commitment to the regulative principle of worship and have enjoyed interacting with him once upon a time concerning his volume titled,┬áRecovering the Reformed Confession.┬áBecause I've found him to be a reliable theologian, … Continue reading On Circumcision & Baptism: Interacting with R. Scott Clark