Infant Baptism in Historical Perspective provides important and incisive essays, spanning more than two decades of research probing the facets and episodes of infant baptism's fortunes over twenty centuries.
The story of pedobaptism is traced from its shadowy beginnings as a variant of faith-baptism, through inflated Reformation defenses as infant-baptism monopolized baptismal thought and practice, to biblical and ecumenical reevaluations and hopeful contemporary rapprochements across divisive waters.
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