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Scriptural Baptism : A Dialog Between John Bapstead and Martin Childfont. As a theological student in Finland, Dr. Saarnivaara became interested in the question of Scriptural baptism

Scriptural Baptism : A Dialog Between John Bapstead and Martin Childfont. by Uuras Saarnivaara. Saarnivaara became interested in the question of Scriptural baptism. Which baptism, he wondered, had the most authority: the one a person received in infancy, or the one received as an adult after a conscious conversion.

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Now, in this book, cast in dialog form, Dr. Saarnivaara offers the result of his study, examining the question exhaustively from both sides

Now, in this book, cast in dialog form, Dr. Saarnivaara offers the result of his study, examining the question exhaustively from both sides.

a dialog between John Bapstead and Martin Childfont. Published 1953 by Vantage Press in New York. S2. The Physical Object.

The author is Uuras Saarnivaara. Title: Scriptural baptism, a dialog between John Bapstead and Martin Childfont. It is set as a conversation between two men - one who believes in infant baptism, one who does not. It came back into print a few years ago, but I found it excellent as a resource and to give to those exploring the matter. MJ. Smith Forum Activity Replied: Sat, Apr 9 2011 9:25 PM. Orthodox Bishop Hilarion Alfeyev: "To be a theologian means to have experience of a personal encounter with God through prayer and worship.

Selections from: Uuras Saarnivaara, Scriptural Baptism: A Dialogue between John Bapstead and Martin Childfont. New York: Vantage Press, 1953). This book is in the public domain.

Book digitized by Google from the library of Harvard University and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.

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As a theological student in Finland, Dr. Saarnivaara became interested in the question of Scriptural baptism. Which baptism, he wondered, had the most authority: the one a person received in infancy, or the one received as an adult after a conscious conversion. Should he, as one who had been baptized in infancy, be baptized again, after his conversion, in order to be a Christian in the Biblical sense, or was the baptism he received as a child valid? In seeking an answer, he studied the Bible and the copious literature on both sides of the question. Now, in this book, cast in dialog form, Dr. Saarnivaara offers the result of his study, examining the question exhaustively from both sides. Some of the questions which are thoroughly discussed are: Was infant baptism practiced in the time of Christ and the Apostles? Did Christ want His Church to practice infant baptism, or baptism after conscious conversion? Does the New Testament teach baptism as a means of grace, or as an act of obedience and confession of faith? What does the Bible teach as the relationship between baptism and regeneration? What was the practice and teaching of the post-Apostolic and the Ancient Church? What was the original method of baptism: immersion or pouring (or sprinkling)? In developing his theme, Dr. Saarnivaara has set forth the pros and cons of this age-old and still acute problem with admirable exactitude and lucidity. It is easy for the layperson to comprehend, but it is not superficial reading. From the thousands who regard religious problems like baptism worthy of thoughtful consideration and study, however, Dr. Saarnivaara's book should receive keen attention.
sunrise bird
I have been studying the issue of Baptism for awhile now especially the Lutheran view of infant baptism vs the Baptist view of adult or believer baptism.. This book has to be the most comprehensive that I have read so far, looking at Baptism from many different angles, such as from Jewish proselyte baptisms. It is written in a way that the average layperson can understand and is not dry reading. I especially appreciate the Scripture references and great footnotes for all the quotes! I will be sharing this book with others.
Billy Granson
Clear and concise, covers areas most never think of --- All this in an easily readable style that keeps your interest. It covered all the bases well and I highly recommend it, it is an essential part of every theological library, yet capable of being easily understood by those with only rudimentary knowledge.
Dawncrusher
I was absolutely impressed by the depth and amount of biblical truth covered in this book! Of anything that I have read to date, it is the the best of its kind in showing the biblical ground and support not only for infant baptism, but the instrumentality of baptism in being baptized into the death of Christ. If you are looking for a book that presents the arguments from both sides of the argument for and against and then demonstrates the convincing and compelling argument for scriptural baptism then this book will be a tremendous help to you!
Worla
Great for understanding the value of baptism in our lives.

Dialog format makes equips the reader with their own defense of baptism
Gtonydne
Amazing defense of the Biblical position on Baptism.
Vit
I got about two chapters in and it's just a Lutheran author beating up on a Baptist punching bag. The Baptist "responses" are mostly immediate retreats and limp wristed concessions to points not yet proved, the issue of their truth aside. This is not a dialogue in any meaningful sense. It's too bad that the fact that this is a Lutheran book makes that unsurprising. In fact it is sadly typical of Lutherans. The dismissive, "I don't need to know what you say, I already know you're wrong" approach to polemics keeps solid theology from being discovered by many of those outside the echo chamber.
Ce
My pastor introduced me to this book some years ago. It makes clear the evidence for infant baptism in a way anyone can understand.
Dr. Rod Rosenbladt, of White Horse Inn fame, first recommended this book to me in college. He has prefaced this book with a forward in the reprinting, as with anything written by this man, it is worth a read itself.
The book is phenomenal in its clarity. It is written as a dialogue between two lay people, one a baptist and the other a Lutheran. They then examine different Bible passages and commentary concerning them from famous baptist theologians as well as those of "baby sprinklers". The arguments of the baptists are thoroughly destroyed and discredited, but not in a mean manner.
For baptists who are really wanting to examine the validity of their own position, this is a must read. For Lutherans who are being plagued by Baptist Bible thumpers and suspect these thumpers to be wrong in their interpretation but can't put their finger on it, this is also a must read. Or if you just want to shut your obnoxious baptist in-laws up, after they thoroughly ruined your post baptism luncheon in which you wanted to celebrate your child's new found relationship with God, then this is the book for you. Really, anyone wanting to study what the Bible says concerning Baptism and the nature of faith, original sin etc. This book needs to be read.
Pastor's, who often share my bad habit of speaking a confusing parochial language can also benefit greatly reading this book. It gives you a new vocabulary that allows you to speak clearly concerning the topic at hand.
The Baptist's worst nightmare is a Christian who has read this book!
Scriptural Baptism: A Dialog Between John Bapstead and Martin Childfont ebook
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Uuras Saarnivaara
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