Richard Pratt, Bryan Chapell, Joel Beeke, Joseph Pipa, Dan Doriani, Douglas Wilson, Cornelis Venema, R. C. Sproul Jr., and others cover aspects of the biblical underpinnings of the doctrine of infant baptism, arguments against it, and reasons for it.
Table of Contents:
- A Pastoral Overview of Infant Baptism – Bryan Chapell
- Matthew 28:18-20 and the Institution of Baptism – Daniel M. Doriani
- Unto You, and to Your Children – Joel R. Beeke and Ray B. Lanning
- The Oikos Formula – Jonathan M. Watt
- Baptism and Circumcision as Signs and Seals – Mark E. Ross
- The Mode of Baptism – Joseph Pipa
- The Newness of the New Covenant – Jeffrey D. Niell
- Infant Baptism in the New Covenant – Richard L. Pratt Jr.
- Covenant Transition – Randy Booth
- Covenant Theology and Baptism – Cornelis P. Venema
- Infant Baptism in the Reformed Confessions – Lyle D. Bierma
- Infant Baptism in History: An Unfinished Tragicomedy – Peter J. Leithart
- The Polemics of Anabaptism from the Reformation Onward – Gregg Strawbridge
- Baptism and Children: Their Place in the Old and New Testaments – Douglas Wilson
- In Jesus’ Name, Amen – R.C. Sproul Jr.
"Seeing baptism in the light of covenant theology unfolds the richness of the promises set forth in that blessed sign and seal. This volume is a welcome exposition of the biblical doctrine." — J. Ligon Duncan III
"Any church that desires to pass the torch of the gospel to the next generation must understand this book." — John P. Sartelle Sr.