Missionary Baptism and Evangelical Unity
An Historical, Theological, Pastoral Inquiry
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The concept of missionary baptism is based on the household baptism of converts and their families described in the New Testament. This is most commonly experienced today in missionary situations, when entire families become Christians. Building on the work of nineteenth-century Scottish theologian William Cunningham, this study explores some implications for the connection between believers’ baptism, infant baptism, baby dedication, and Christian unity, particularly among evangelicals.
J. Cameron Fraser
Wipf & Stock Publishers