Daily Archives: August 13, 2014

Podcast: What’s Wrong (and Right) with “Relatability”

This week’s Mere Fidelity podcast is now online. This time around, we are discussing the theme of ‘relatability’, following Rebecca Mead’s New Yorker piece on the subject (see also Alan Jacob’s comments). Mead writes: To appreciate “King Lear”—or even “The Catcher in … Continue reading

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Infant Baptism and Faith

Last month I had a lengthy and very stimulating discussion in the comments of one of my friend Andrew Wilson’s posts on the subject of credobaptism and baptismal efficacy. Andrew subsequently posted a summary of David Gibson’s paedobaptist position from that … Continue reading

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