Dr. J. V. Fesko discusses his new book, Word, Water and Spirit: A Reformed Perspective On Baptism.
How many Christians really see their Baptism as an important element of their Christian identity and growth?
One's understanding of baptism and its benefits will be altered radically if there is a rejection of the internal and external distinction of membership within the Covenant of Grace.
In Reformed theology, sacraments are not merely visible forms of God's invisible grace, they are rather signs and seals of the covenant of grace, thereby grounding them in God's historical dealings with his people.
We look for "god" at all the high places but the true God inhabits the low places-when and where he has promised to be.