Chapter 3. The Testimony of the Zwinglian Reformers At Basel, Strasburg, and Other Places

He held that baptism should be considered “free,” hence the baptism of infants would not be invalid. “But if someone would desire to put off baptism [instead of baptizing the infants] and if he could do this without destroying the love and unity of those among whom he lives, we would not for this cause withdraw from him or condemn him.”

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