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Baptism
Albert N. Martin / Greg Nichols
John Reisinger / Walter Chantry
One of the few major doctrines on which reformed brethren might disagree, the messages on this page include single sermons preached on the occasion of public baptisms, & different series regarding its meaning, mode, purpose, and (to quote one of the messages) “how much water on whom.” The larger series on this page called “Infant Baptism: Is It Biblical?”, while delivered predominantly by Greg Nichols, includes a handful of messages by Albert Martin (8-11, 22, 24, postscript in 31) & thus is listed under both names on each person's respective index page).
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Sermons & series by Albert Martin preached on the occasion of baptisms:

Single, individual messages:
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 11/24/1974 
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 05/31/1987 
(none)
 03/07/1993 
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 Testimony of a Christian 
 11/24/1974 
 Are You One of God's Plants? 
 05/31/1987 
 1 Corinthians 1:10-17 
 03/07/1993 
(in the 1987 sermon above, the impending baptisms are not mentioned until the very end)

Series:
“Baptism” (a)
(Trinity Pulpit catalog “TE-N-1 through 3”):
(these messages were donated)
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 1) Proper Subjects/Attendants (why when who how) 
 2) Into the Name of (essential significance) 
 3) Element, Mode, Perpetuity 


“Baptism” (b)
(Trinity Pulpit catalog “TO-K-1 & 2”):
(these messages were donated)
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 1) Universal Setting 
 2) Essential Purpose 



Infant Baptism: Is It Biblical?
Greg Nichols / Albert N. Martin
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A thorough, scholarly, in-depth series on a much controverted subject, graciously delivered in the adult Sunday School class of Trinity Baptist Church. “If there are any who desire to have an extensive study of the subject of baptism—including what I regard in my exposure to the writing on the subject—the most convincing treatment of the subject, I commend to you the series of adult Sunday School tapes by Pastor Nichols.” — Albert Martin (from the Gospel of Mark series, message #113).

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22) Q&A 
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Albert Martin
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Greg Nichols
24) Q&A 
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GGN / ANM
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*(Note: in message No. 4 Pastor Nichols refers to a sermon by Charles Spurgeon called Children Brought to Christ, and Not to the Font. Text & Audio versions of this message can be accessed here:   Audio   Text.

**As is mentioned during this message, it was decided at this time not to deal with this aspect of the series in any great detail. The "written notes" mentioned by pastor Nichols eventuated in an audio series ( The Covenants), and in a recent book (here).

During the above series pastor Martin mentions that a related series has been "brewing" regarding how to deal with spirtually awakened children. This was eventually delivered, and can be found here.



Related materials:
** The paper by Walter Chantry which Pastor Nichols mentions in this first “Overview” message can be accessed here.
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 Greg Nichols 
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 Greg Nichols 
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 Sam Waldron 
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 Sam Waldron 
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 Walter Chantry 
  -- Relationship of Mark 10:13-16 to Infant Baptism 
    ("Suffer the little children to come,,,")
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 Albert Martin 
  -- Relationship of Mark 10:13-16 to the Church 
    ("Suffer the little children to come,,,")
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 Albert Martin 
  -- Baptism
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 John Reisinger 
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 John Reisinger 
 
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 Albert Martin 
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  -- Overview of Infant Baptism Series, Part 1** 
 Greg Nichols 
  -- Overview of Infant Baptism Series, Part 2 
 Greg Nichols 
  -- “Of Baptism” (1689 series) 
 Greg Nichols 
  -- Rebuttal of Paedobaptism 
 Sam Waldron 
  -- The New Covenant and Paedobaptism 
 Sam Waldron 
  -- The Covenants & Baptism 
 Walter Chantry 
  -- Relationship of Mark 10:13-16 to Infant Baptism 
    ("Suffer the little children to come,,,")
 Albert Martin 
  -- Relationship of Mark 10:13-16 to the Church 
    ("Suffer the little children to come,,,")
 Albert Martin 
  -- Baptism
 John Reisinger 
  -- Infant Baptism
 John Reisinger 
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 Albert Martin 
**The paper by Walter Chantry which Pastor Nichols mentions in this message can be accessed here.

Does it matter if a Calvinist dates an Arminian? a Baptist a Pedobaptist, etc?
Hear a short excerpt from the singles' conference series: Jesus Christ: The Pattern for our Emotional Life - message #4:


Reformed Theology on the Web has a page with an excellent collection of materials on the subject of Baptism:
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Book: "From Paedobaptism to Credobaptism"
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