Infant Baptism in the First Four Centuries A profound study of infant baptism in the early church by oneo f the twentieth century s leading New Testament scholars

  • Title: Infant Baptism in the First Four Centuries
  • Author: Joachim Jeremias
  • ISBN: 9781592447572
  • Page: 316
  • Format: Paperback
  • A profound study of infant baptism in the early church by oneo f the twentieth century s leading New Testament scholars.

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    1. Makes an excellent historical case for infant baptism See John Murray s Christian Baptism for an excellent biblical theological case for the same.


    2. Covered a good bit of ground in very short order A knowledge of Latin and Greek make for easier reading of the middle chapters Lots of great footnotes for further study.



    3. There is evidence that for 1500 years, from the Resurrection to the Protestant Reformation, the church practiced infant baptism.It s not uncommon for modern Christians to believe that infant baptism is an artifact of the Roman Catholic Church done away with when the Anabaptists of the 1600 s discovered the real meaning of the New Testament and did away with all the corruptions of the Roman Catholics Christianity, however, wasn t legalized by Rome until the fourth century and the Roman church did [...]



    4. I read the actual English translation from the book that is a half century old The author died a week before I was born but his voice has been carried in the words of the pages I read Ferguson s lengthy book on baptism just prior to this and I felt this book hit upon some of the holes I Ferguson s book that I called into question I would recommend this book to anybody to is going into seminary or whoever wants to learn about baptism.


    5. The background of Jewish proselyte baptism was wholly unknown to me This plus general paternal family structure make a strong case for normative practice with infants and children in the early church, even aside from the 2nd century writings indicating its prevalence.





    6. Infant Baptism in the First Four Centuries by Joachim JeremiasSunday, April 30, 201711 31 PMI read this book after reading about it in the fine book Theological Foundations of the Family The Domestic Church by Joseph C Atkinson Atkinson noted that Jeremias had changed his views on infant baptism in the course of his research on it in early Church history Atkinson caused me to begin to rethink infant baptism I find the arguments for it from Scriptures and Church history compelling I was not looki [...]


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