This article is on the topic of infant baptism. The author discusses the history of the Abrahamic covenant which had the sign of circumcision. With the coming of Christ, this sign of circumcision was replaced by baptism. Infants of believing parents are part of this covenant, and should therefore receive the sign of baptism.
Does the New Testament commands us to baptize children? This article shows that this is a wrong question to ask. Instead, the author of this article shows that the New Testament covenant is a continuation from the Old Testament. Therefore, when looking at the meaning of baptism from the New Testament, the author draws parallel lines to circumcision, showing that the meaning has not changed, and therefore paedobaptism is practiced.
This article is about the covenant God made with Abraham in Genesis 17. The author discusses the symbolism of circumcision as the sign of the covenant; namely, it showed that an individual was part of God's people and belonged to God, and was a symbol of the removal of sin. In this article, this understanding of the covenant and the symbolism of circumcision is applied to paedobaptism.
This article looks at the arguments for infant baptism in the Bible. The author discusses circumcision as covenant sign, circumcision and the new covenant, circumcision and the judgment from God, circumcision and Jesus Christ, the baptism of John the Baptist, baptism and the judgment from God, baptism as a water ordeal.