All baptism is paedobaptism; all communion is paedocommunion. The paradox of the Messiah's kingdom is that its goal is maturity, and its mode is infancy.
In this course, we will do much more than ground a defense of paedocommunion. Exploring and integrating familiar biblical themes, we will discuss the surprising connections between infancy and maturity, the equally surprising contrasts between infancy and immaturity, and union with Christ as the sole ground of sonship.
Saturdays, October 15 – November 19, 2022
1pm – 3pm CDT (Note: DST ends November 6th.)
Meet via Zoom
Tim Gallant grew up as a preacher’s kid in Western Canada, where he fell in love with reading and writing. He graduated with honors from Mid-America Reformed Seminary in 2000. Tim has served over a decade in pastoral ministry, and has written numerous books, and spoken at numerous conferences and camps. He lives in the Nashville area with his wife Kristi and a horde of children.Register Now
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*This requirement was added in July 2016. For those who entered the Certificate Program earlier than that date, the oral examination is voluntary.
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