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Why Do We Baptize Infants? (Basics of the Faith) (Basics of the Reformed Faith) Paperback – January 10, 2007
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About the Author
Bryan Chapell is president of Covenant Theological Seminary in St. Louis. He graduated from Northwestern University with his BSJ in journaling, English literature, and American history. He received his MDiv from Covenant Theological Seminary and obtained his PhD from Southern Illinois University.
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However, I also wanted to read the Puritans on infant baptism, and so I immediately turned to John Owen's article "Of Infant Baptism." However, John Owen is notoriously difficult to read, and I did not feel like flying solo. Fortunately, I found this short book by Lee Gatiss entitled "From Life's First Cry: John Owen on Infant Baptism and Infant Salvation." Lee Gatiss carefully walks the reader through John Owen's article step-by-step in a very helpful way. I felt that John Owen's article has his usual depth of thought but was perhaps not as carefully put together as his other writings. And so while it goes deeper on some parts of the argument, it does not match the breadth of Bryan Chapell's pamphlet.
Here is Lee Gatiss's book if you are interested.