Heidelcast 12: Worship, Baptism, And Romanism

On Worship, Baptism, and Romanism

David writes with a question on worship, which we may paraphrase thus: If we can do something in worship on a Wednesday night Bible study or in personal devotions why can’t we do it in a Sunday morning service? Ken asks whether adopted infants are members of the covenant of grace and whether they should be baptized. Finally, the Heidelcast takes a call from Fr. Paddy O’Furniture which challenges whether Protestant congregations can rightly be considered a church, since, according to Rome, a church is only such insofar as it “subsists” in the Roman communion.”

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