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A Review of
It Takes a Church to Baptize:
What the Bible Says about Infant Baptism
Paperback: Brazos Press, 2018
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Reviewed by Ryan Johnson
It took only a few hours, but my life changed with one small event: the birth of my son, Judah. As it is with any new parent, I wrestled with many questions. Cloth diapers or disposable? Breastfeeding or formula? Which pediatrician should we got to? As a Christian, I face another question as well: Baptism or dedication? The last of these is of course a theological question, and a debated one at that. More accurately, the debate lies around infant baptism or believer baptism, where my own position has always favored the latter. So, when one of my favorite authors and theologians chooses to write a book in defense of infant baptism, I was eager to see what he had to say.