Infant baptism in nineteenth century lutheran theology david p scaer on amazoncom free shipping on qualifying offers author david p scaer investigates the effects of rationalism and other influences on modern views of baptism. Get this from a library infant baptism in nineteenth century lutheran theology david p scaer. Because weve just celebrated the baptism of our lord we thought it appropriate to offer an excerpt from infant baptism in nineteenth century lutheran theology in his endorsement of the book dr martin conkling associate professor of theology at concordia college new york wrote luther wanted christians to have no doubt that in their baptisms god had made them his own and this . Scaer revising earlier thesis work takes us on a tour of some nineteenth and early twentieth century european lutheran theologians and shows us how trust in the promise of god evaporated he shows us a group of theologians who supported infant baptism but denied infant faith vii
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