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  • I should also give two notes of clarification: first of all, credobaptism means "believers 'baptism," it is not adult baptism we're talking about here!

    The Scriptorium Daily: Middlebrow

  • Lest I misrepresent my own position, let me also clarify that credobaptism is not a new thing; it is found all over Scripture, and the first historical reference to paedobaptism was not until 206 A.D. (mentioned by Tertullian).

    The Scriptorium Daily: Middlebrow

  • Throughout church history, most people have been paedobaptists, so I (and others like me) hold a historically "unpopular" position, despite the prevalence of credobaptism in the United States.

    The Scriptorium Daily: Middlebrow

  • Secondly, even paedobaptists believe in credobaptism.

    The Scriptorium Daily: Middlebrow

  • Didache seems to assume credobaptism, but does not explicitly defend it.

    SharperIron

  • The instructions make more sense if credobaptism was contemplated by the writer, though that isn't certain.

    SharperIron

  • The cleric friend of John the Apostle practiced credobaptism.

    SharperIron

  • Aristides was inclined toward faith as the basis for inclusion in the Christian community, which is a basis for credobaptism.

    SharperIron

  • That is, why does a paedobaptist reject credobaptism but still baptize new converts?

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  • Of course, I'm already placed on the fringes of orthodoxy by TR types since I hold to credobaptism. book review: three views on the new testament use of the old testament artboulet: taking a walk on a beautiful day with a beautiful girl!

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  • adult baptism (to oversimplify quite a bit), as opposed to pedobaptism


    July 7, 2015