In ever more increasing numbers, Christians who were baptized as infants are having themselves rebaptized as adults. But is a second baptism really necessary? Could it even be harmful? The great reformer Martin Luther addresses these questions in this short work—freshly translated from German into modern English—and in the process outlines the basics of baptism. It is a must read for anyone contemplating their own rebaptism, or the baptism of an infant.Order by signing up in the entryway at the church, from Lutheran Press by clicking here, or at Amazon by clicking here.
Friday, January 9, 2009
January Book-of-the-Month: Did My Baptism Count?
January's book-of-the-month is "Did My Baptism Count?" by Martin Luther. This is an updated translation of a letter that Luther wrote to two pastors on the topic of rebaptism. Here's what the publisher's site says about the book: