Jared Wilson writes about the adoption of what he terms ‘baptismal dual practice’.
Wilson pastors an independant congregation which has members who represent both what I’ll call the ‘covenant family’ and ‘professing believer’ positions on baptism.
As part of a confessing body of churches this issue is not one that we would deal with constitutionally at a local level, but as a reformed/evangelical church in a country town we have folk fellowship with us who do not hold to our understanding of baptism.
I appreciated the sensitivity that Wilson demonstrates as he seeks to walk through this issue with the church he serves.
Read: ‘Our Church And Dual Baptismal Practice’.

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