Infant Baptism and Infant Salvation in the Calvinistic System
Krauth, a prominent American Luthern minister and theologian penned Infant Baptism and Infant Salvation in the Calvinistic System as a response to arguments on the issue found in Charles Hodge's systematic theology.
The short book uses primarily source material from prominent reformed leaders such as Calvin, Heidegger, Chamier, Molinaeus, Zanchius, as well as the Westminster and other reformed confessions.
The book, while arguing for infant baptism as the only way to assurance of salvation for infants, young children, and those with mental disabilities, is very fair in its treament of the Calvinistic view. It is packed with food for though for anyone interested in the topic.
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