The original recording (1987) was mastered on cassette tape. I have attempted to restore the quality to the best of my ability.
In an attempt to preserve these works for the benefit of future generations, I am making this classic available on the internet.
- ‘Nominal Christian’ is not the proper title for a baptized child
- Infants do not profess anything, so they are not capable of professing Christ as their Lord and Savior
- It is better to call baptized infants “Non-communicant Members” of the visible church
- Children should not be permitted to take part in the Lord’s Supper
- A baptized non-communicant member is in need of salvation through the Lord Jesus Christ by way of personal profession – just like anyone else
- Parents of baptized children promise to teach their child about his/her lost condition and need for salvation through Christ
- Baptist denominations were the greatest benefactors of The Great Awakening
- Baptized children are not saved. They are in fact “little vipers in diapers” and in need of the Savior as everyone else