Blake’s work on Covenant Holiness is a master set of two treatises that answers often asked questions about infant baptism. But Blake does not simply deal with baptism, rather, he deals with Covenant Theology and what it means to be “covenantally holy.” A masterful work.
Covenant Holiness and Infant Baptism, by Thomas Blake (1597-1657)
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Thomas Blake (1597-1657), was a Reformed, Presbyterian puritan, who published a large number of books on puritan and covenant theology.
This work by Blake is a second treatment on covenant theology that was widely circulated during his time outside of his magnum opus work “The Covenant of God.” This book is a combination of two treatises he wrote, one concerning the covenant holiness of infants under the ordinance of baptism, and a second treatise covering answers to questions surrounding whether there is sufficient ground in scripture to warrant the conscience of a Christian to present his infants to the sacrament of baptism. Both are excellent Scriptural treatments of the subject, with exegesis surrounding passages such as Galatians 2:15, Genesis 17, 1 Corinthians 7, and Ephesians 4:1-3.
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