This is a book review of a book which explains and refutes the modern heresy called the "Federal Vision."
Does the Bible teach that all babies go to heaven; and if not, why should we believe that our children who die in infancy are saved?
Essentials of Reformed Doctrine is a systematic doctrine class aimed at older teenagers, but adapted in Ireland for adults who want to learn all the doctrines of Christianity.
Lesson 18 is "The Covenant of Grace"
The main subjects covered in this Lesson are:
Part 1: Salvation as God's covenant; the meaning of God's covenant as friendship.
Part 2: The covenant made with believers and their children; the covenant made with Christ the Head of the covenant and with the elect in HIm; the development of the covenant in history.
The LRF runs an adult reformed doctrine class in which we work through the Essentials of Reformed Doctrine catechism booklet published by the PRCA. Below you will find the lesson outlines based on Lesson 18.
Each lesson outline comes as a handy PDF formatted to be printed as a single double-sided page with narrow margins.
Baptists use many arguments against the position of infant baptism, but they are poor arguments: in this article we examine the most common.
God promises to be the friend of His people and their children. How does that affect how we view and treat our children?
In these last days how can we train our children in the Christian worldview in preparation for the Coming of Christ?
Almost everyone today seems to think that "baptise" means "immerse," but does the Bible really teach baptism by full immersion? What about sprinkling?