This classic work by John Murray sets forth clearly the scriptural arguments basic to the presbyterian teaching on baptism. Focusing on the central significance of that sacrament, Murray sheds light on related questions in terms of God's redemptive covenant with His people. All who desire a better understanding of Christian baptism will benefit from Professor Murray's cogent and systematic treatment of the issues.
Sets forth the scriptural arguments that are the basis for the Reformed and Presbyterian teaching on baptism. Topics include: mode of baptism, the church, infant baptism and more.
Born in Sutherland, Scotland in 1898, John Murray distinguished himself as a theologian of the first rank during his years of service at Westminster Theological Seminary. There he taught Systematic Theology from 1930 until his retirement in 1966.
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