There is not a single example of infant baptism in the whole of Scriptur. This is admitted by paedobaptist theologians. John Murray acknowledged there “there that no express command baptize infants and no record in the New Testament of a clear case of infant baptism.” Thomas Boston said that “there is no example of baptism recorded in the Scriptures, where any were baptized, but such as appeared to have a saving interest in Christ.” “Regrettably,” asserted Peter Toon, “there is no clear scriptural teaching on whether or not children and infants were baptized.” And, claimed Louis Berkhof, “It may be said at the outset that there is no explicit command in the Bible to baptize children, and that there is not a single instance in which we are plainly told that children were baptized… the New Testament contains no direct evidence for the practice of infant baptisms.” However, this is not the case with the baptism of disciples. There is an explicit commandment in the New Testament to baptize professors of Christ, and in every example of baptism that we find in the New Testament, wherein it is possible to identify the subjects of baptism, it is always those who professed faith in Christ.
From “From Paedobaptism to Credobaptism – A Critique of the Westminster Standards on the Subject of Baptism” by W. Gary Crampton, page 4
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