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In the last couple of decades there has been increasing interest in the Reformation among Bible-believing Christians. This has included a revival of Reformation doctrines and practices like Calvinist soteriology, historicist eschatology, and the regulative principle of worship. These developments are important and extremely positive. Ironically, while more people are drawn to Reformation truths, others who are already in the Reformed camp are being drawn away from the Reformation in certain areas. One such area is the issue of paedocommunionism, or the view that all baptized children (and infants) should partake of the Lord's Supper. Paedocommunion is unscriptural and opposed by all of the historic Reformed and Presbyterian confessions. In fact, one could say that it is a dangerous heresy that is causing division in many churches.
In his book Calvin's Convincing Antipaedocommunionism, Dr. Francis Nigel Lee demonstrates how strongly John Calvin opposed paedocommunion. Calvin was familiar with the arguments used to justify that practice, and he refuted them at different points in his work. He strongly believed that no one -- including baptized children -- should ever be allowed to partake of the Lord's Supper without being catechized. Lee provides numerous quotations from various books by Calvin where this point is made.
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Preacher, Theologian, Lawyer, Educationist, Historian, Philosopher and Author, Lee has produced more than 330 publications (including many books) -- and also a multitude of long unpublished manuscripts. Apart from an honorary LL.D., he has twenty-one earned degrees -- including eleven...