September 13th, 2006


Faith, Baptism, Infants

N.T. Wright is a very interesting, very good Anglican theologian, who often stirs up the Evangelical portion of Anglicanism with his catholicity.  I've just run across a good summary of his thoughts on faith and its implications for infant baptism on this blog.  If you don't know much of Wright, you can skip the introductory paragraphs and get right into the summary.  Wright's perspective, of course, is Anglican, but it is a catholic Anglicanism, and what he says about baptism and faith is directed to skeptical Protestant minds, and I think it can speak for Catholics and Orthodox as well:   Wright and Infant Baptism