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Baptism, Election & the Covenant of Grace S$2.30

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Reform fellowship

Baptism, Election & the Covenant of Grace

On its face, the Reformed understanding of our Lord's command to make disciples and to baptize them and their children (Matt 28:81?0; Acts 2:39) seems clear enough. However, judging by modern discussions in the confessional Reformed and Presbyterian churches, things are more complicated than one might expect. Over the last thirty years, considerable disagreement has arisen among the confessional Reformed and Presbyterian churches over what happens in baptism, what baptism promises, to whom and...
The Token of the Covenant S$2.90

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Free Presbyterian Publications

The Token of the Covenant

(by James McIntyre) A well-argued defence of the scripturalness of infant baptism and the validity of sprinkling as the mode of baptism
Baptism: Meaning, Mode and Subject S$3.70

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Other Publishers

Baptism: Meaning, Mode and Subject

(by Michael Kimmitt) This booklet sets out the Reformed position on baptism. It is essentially a Bible study, though the writer has drawn on a number of commentators and theologians. After considering the meaning of baptism, the main part is a detailed examination of the texts relating to mode. Not one clear example of baptism by immersion is found in the New Testament. Indeed, the circumstances of text after text point to affusion or aspersion as the only possible mode. This conclusion...
A First Book of Christian Doctrine S$3.80

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Reform fellowship

A First Book of Christian Doctrine

(by G.W. Hylkema & E.J. Tuuk)
Infant Baptism S$4.00

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P & R Publishing

Infant Baptism

(by John Sartelle) Shows why the children of believers are special in God’s sight and what it means for them to be baptized.
Primer on Dispensationalism S$4.00

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P & R Publishing

Primer on Dispensationalism

Noting that dispensationalism, or "Scofieldism," divides the people of God, Gerstner urges the reader to avoid the pitfalls of antinomianism and embrace the gospel of Christ in its fullness.


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