The significance of baptism as taught specifically in the Providence Christian Reformed Church and generally. . .
Jack Van Marion
This project explores the ground for baptism in a local congregation of the Christian Reformed Church in Canada and more generally among CRC congregations in North America. Drawing on biblical teaching about the meaning of baptism, the project examines five baptismal motifs and responds to common objections to infant baptism. The project advocates a posture of grace toward those who have second thoughts about the Reformed understanding of baptism, and calls for greater visibility of baptism in public worship.
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