Chapter 6. Why Zwingli Defended Infant Baptism

While Zwingli was for a time of the opinion that it were better to abandon the baptism of infants, he became in the course of a few years, as pointed out elsewhere, one of the foremost opponents of the practice of believers’ baptism.

By John Horsch

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