By Richard L. Pratt Jr.
40 mins., 1 disk
Throughout the history of Christianity, faithful and sincere Christians have disagreed over who should be baptized. Should it be believers only? Should we baptize believers and their children?
This lesson promotes mutual understanding and respect among believers, even as they come to different conclusions. The simple but in-depth presentation provides practical perspectives for new believers and mature believers alike.
In a clear and lively presentation, Dr. Pratt explains why so many evangelical Christians practice infant baptism. He focuses on three biblical principles on which many denominations build their convictions about this subject:
Principle 1 - The People of the Covenant
Principle 2 - Baptism as the Sign of the Covenant
Principle 3 - The Significance of Baptism
1 Disc; 40 minutes total length
Richard L. Pratt Jr. (Th.D., Harvard University) is professor of Old Testament at Reformed Theological Seminary, Orlando campus. He is the author of Pray with your Eyes Open, He Gave Us Stories, and Every Thought Captive.