"The Reformed tradition, because of its application of the regulative principle of worship, opposed the celebration of any other day than the Sabbath as a required assembly for church members. The regulative principle teaches succinctly that the church, corporately conceived, may require only what finds clear and explicit warrant in God's Word. The church calendar, … Continue reading Should Christian Churches Observe the Church Calendar?
Let us first consider the practice of our own churches. If we have a children's ministry, teach and catechize our children, periodically call our children disciples, and let our children worship in "big church," then, yes, we should baptize our children. If this is our practice, then it's clear that we don't exclude our children … Continue reading Should We Baptize Our Children?