Pastor Danny’s Book on Infant Baptism in Spanish

Pastor Danny’s popular book on infant baptism is now available in Spanish as Jesús Ama a Los Niños Pequeños: por qué bautizamos a los niños. Thanks to a dear Christian brother and the Reformed Fellowship, you may download it as a .pdf for free as a means of spreading biblical doctrine to Spanish-speaking believers and seekers.

Since 2006 Jesus Loves the Little Children: Why We Baptize Children (2006; Second edition, Grandville: Reformed Fellowship, 2012) has proven to be a valuable resource in North America. Here are some reviews:

“Danny Hyde has a growing reputation as a thoughtful and reliable expositor of Reformed distinctives. In this booklet, he turns his attention to perhaps the single greatest and yet most contested of such: covenant infant baptism. For ministers wanting a concise explanation to give to church members and interested inquirers, this would be my top recommendation as an introduction to the issues and a clear exposition of the Bible’s teaching.” —Dr. Carl R. Trueman, Professor of Historical Theology and Church History, Westminster Seminary, Philadelphia, PA

“Well-informed and immensely practical, this is the book that I will recommend first when parents ask, “Why should I baptize my child?”” —Dr. Michael Horton, Professor of Theology and Apologetics, Westminster Seminary California

“This is an intelligent, gracious, and careful explanation for why Christians ought to have their children baptized. Whether you are convinced of infant baptism, unconvinced, or somewhere in between, this readable volume will help you understand the rationale for applying the sign of the covenant to our covenant children. This is a warm-hearted introduction to the Reformed understanding of baptism. I will recommend it gladly and often.” —Kevin DeYoung, Senior Pastor, University Reformed Church, East Lansing, MI

 

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