Objections dealt with in this sermon Very helpful sermon. It covers "3 of the most common objections to the doctrine of infant baptism". The objections covered in this sermon are:
1 - There is no express command in the New Testament to baptise infants.
2 - When a baby is baptised, we have no way of knowing if that child will ever believe.
3 - What is the point of baptising a little baby who cannot understand what is happening?
Great Sermon! The book of Romans has always been at the forefront of my learning and understanding of what it means to be a Christian and to belong to Christ . I have Pastor Donnelly to thank for this because it has been through his sermons that I have come to read and appreciate the gospel as presented in this great book of Romans. He is right - I think Romans is the place to start for new Christians and the place to go back to continuously as we grow in the Christian life. God bless you Pastor Donnelly.
Great Sermon! I first heard this sermon as part of a taped message by Pastor Donnelly at a men's conference at Trinity Reformed Baptist Ch. in Montville NJ. It is without a doubt my favorite taped message about my favorite book in the Bible - Romans. But more than that is the effect it has had in my life as a Christian towards assurance that God doesn't leave my salvation up to me. I'd never make it.
Great Sermon! Amen! Thank you for these wonderful messages from Romans! Sad to say, for many years I was ignorant of this great truth! (Romans 10:3)...Thank God, Salvation is of the Lord! Jonah 2:9..May God bless your church and ministry!
Great Sermon! I have enjoyed and benefitted greatly from the messages of Pastor Donnelly throughout my years as a Christian. His sermons have been salt and light for me and I thank our gracious God for His providence in how He always puts His people where they are needed most by others. May God fulfill your desire for many more years at your favorite place.
Great series, but... I was thoroughly enjoying this series (like most of pastor Donnelly's sermons) but the final sermon had an annoying echo which rendered the sermon difficult to listen to. I wonder if someone could correct this through some audio software?