In this series from a British Baptist journal, David Tennant examines the implications for education of the Anabaptists’ doctrines concerning children. In this article, Tennant continues the discussion of Anabaptist views of childhood, sin, and salvation, and contrasts these beliefs with the statements of Calvin and other reformers. Baptist Quarterly 29.8 (October 1982)
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CONTRIBUTOR: James Tennant/Baptist QuarterlySERIES: Anabaptist Theologies of Childhood and Education All items in the series: