- Jan 8, 2009
sorry Baptiste, I must have missed this you said 1 week ago:
No I wouldn't say that. All the reformers believed in infant baptism. Luther, Calvin, Zwingli? (is that the name).. and disputed with the anabaptists that infants could not be baptised. These reformers who gave us such things as salvation by grace alone, faith alone..they were so wrong about infant baptism?
IF they are a believer in Christ then they most certainly are.
If they can discern between right and wrong, they are accountable. A kid can be 4 and know that. The "age of understanding" to me only covers those in innocence, who can't judge between right and wrong, and some kids know right and wrong at a very early age. And as I said, there is no proof to prove the claim of infant baptism, interpreting scripture with scripture (which we're supposed to do) disproves it. It's pulling a doctrine from a misunderstanding of a verse. Infant baptism is one of the most evil doctrines there is, I know ALOT of people who think that by being baptized as an infant they are saved and on their way to heaven. That is heresy. Show me an example on the book of Acts that clearly shows someone being baptized into the church before salvation, and do not use the whole family of the Philippian Jailers, because that's not what it's saying.
Infant baptism is one of the most evil doctrines there is,
I know ALOT of people who think that by being baptized as an infant they are saved and on their way to heaven