Let us define our terms. A Baptist is someone who believes that baptism is only validly administered to professing believers. He denies that the infant children of believers are the proper subjects of baptism. A Federal Visionist is someone who, among other . . . Continue reading →
Thanks to Shane for reminding us why we should expend the energy to oppose the Federal Vision of baptismal union with Christ. In contrast, Reformed theology is neither sacerdotalist, nor quasi-sacerdotalist, nor mere sacramentarianism.
Ever had a déjà vu experience? Ever had a déjà vu experience? Ever had a déjà vu experience? Ever had a déjà vu experience? This is the experience I’ve been having watching the discussion concerning the Federal Vision in the PCA Siouxlands Presbytery. I’ve been having . . . Continue reading →
Thanks to Chris Coldwell, editor of The Confessional Presbyterian, for making the whole essay (PDF) available.
About a year ago Wes White and Mark Beach wrote a reply to Joseph Minich’s article that appeared in the pages of the Christian Renewal magazine. Strangely, the CR declined to publish their reply. Wes has now posted their reply online. In . . . Continue reading →