76. Justified and sanctified and washed in the Name of Jesus 77. Believing parents rebuttably generate children that are holy 78. Calvin: a holy parent rebuttably produces holy infants 79. All the Israelitic fathers were baptized by the cloud 80. All the Christians had been baptized and drenched 81. Even 'baptism for the dead' undermines baptismal regenerationism 82. No circumcisional nor baptismal regeneration in Galatians 83. Galatians warned against false 'circumcisional regeneration' 84. Paul to the Ephesians: 'one faith' prior to 'one Baptism' 85. Cleansing with the washing of the water, yet only by the Word 86. Calvin's Ephesian sermons insist Baptism does not justify us 87. Also the offspring of the Ephesian Christians were themselves "saints" 88. Philippian Christians told: "We are the Circumcision!" 89. Colossian Christians "circumcised" because baptized 90. Women should rear and keep covenantal children in the faith 91. The faith of Timothy and his mother and grandmother 92. Timothy knew the Sacred Scriptures from his own fetushood onward 93. Does Paul in Titus 3:5 teach baptismal regeneration? 94. What Titus 3:5 means (and what it does not mean) 95. Calvin's comment on this "washing of regeneration" 96. God sprinkled our hearts before Baptism washed our bodies 97. Noah was justified by faith before being baptized in the flood 98. James and Peter: regeneration by the will of God and not by Baptism 99. Born again of incorruptible seed like newborn babies 100. Baptism does not save by washing away carnal filth 101. Baptism saves as an answer to God of a cleansed conscience 102. Calvin's understanding of Baptism in First Peter 3:20f 103. First Peter 3:20f in the Calvinistic Westminster Standards 104. Noah preached God's righteousness before the baptismal flood 105. First John on regeneration also in tenderest infancy 106. Calvin's further comments on regeneration in First John 107. Christ’s Book of Revelation to John contradicts baptismal regeneration 108. Calvin said Sacraments strengthen faith already present 109. Sacramentalism is just as wrong as anti-sacramentarianism 110. Baptismal regenerationism is thoroughly false 111. Baptism is given to strengthen faith already present 112. The Covenant with Abraham proves Infant Baptism 113. Calvin refuted the Anabaptist views against Paedobaptism 114. Infant Circumcision foreshadowed Infant Baptism 115. Even prenatal babies and infants all need to be born again 116. Calvin disproves the rejection of Infant Baptism by Servetus 117. Calvin's Catechisms on Baptism 118. Baptism in Calvin's Liturgical Forms
119. Calvin's Antidote to the Romish Articles of Paris 120. No indiscriminate Baptisms of all applicants (by whomsoever) 121. Calvin's Ministerial Register anent Baptism 122. The baptismal views of Rome's Council of Trent 123. Calvin's general demolition of Rome's Tridentine baptismal views 124. Trent's Seventh Session on Baptism — and Calvin's Antidote 125. Syncretism between Romanism and Pseudo-Protestantism anent Baptism 126. Calvin attacked the 'Adultero-German Interim' on Baptism 127. Calvin's baptismal Appendix against syncretism 128. Are ‘Emergency Baptisms’ by nursemaids proper and praiseworthy? 129. Calvin's critique of Augustine's doctrine of ‘Emergency Baptisms’ 130. Non-Lutheran Calvinists 'de-zwinglianized' the Swiss churches 131. The Zurich Articles anent the Sacraments 132. Baptismal water does not cleanse, but it does seal salvation 133. Calvin warned England's Edward VI against baptismal regenerationism 134. (Ultra-)Lutherans were informed that Calvin opposed baptismal regenerationism 135. Calvin refuted the Ultra-Lutheran Westphal on 'baptismal heresy' 136. Calvin’s conclusion: Baptism does not regenerate
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The Apostle Paul, Augustine of Hippo, and John Calvin — all rejoiced in being saved by grace alone. Being an issus de Calvin, as the author Dr. Lee prefers to call himself, he never grows weary of emphasizing that man is saved solely by the grace of God through Jesus Christ our Lord.