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comment Early church writers opposed to the baptism of infants?
Hey thanks for your answer. This isn't exactly what I was looking for though; as I said, I'm not looking for writings that are arguably credobaptist, that are conceivably by extension against paedobaptism; I'm interested to find explicit declamations of paedobaptism. Still, these are interesting quotes so thanks for your time.
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comment Was Zwingli the first to preach lectio continua?
@Flimzy Interesting. Another (separate) question then might be at what point this became common in the Catholic church, because when Zwingli first did it it was an aberration from contemporary practice. Also, I'm sure it depends upon what part of the Protestant church one is in; in the churches I have been in (conservative Presbyterian), topical sermons are much less common than expository ones.
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