3 thoughts on “Old Landmarkism

  1. In “Old Landmarkism”, J. R. Graves put forward an array of biblical, logical, and historical arguments on the issues of taking communion with, exchanging pulpits with, and accepting members of non-Baptists. Landmarkism holds that while not all Christians are Baptists, only Baptist churches are true churches. Due to their incorrect doctrines (including but not limited to infant baptism), Graves argued that Pedobaptist (infant baptizing) churches are not true New Testament churches and that their

  2. Mostly good though a little heavy-handed. Graves is not a dazzling writer, but he is clear and passionate. This book is mostly a polemic against alien baptism, open communion, or inter-communion, and pulpit affiliations. Graves makes his case in a very logical argument. He draws from Scripture and history to support his assertions.

    He deals here with issues of church polity that we rarely hear about today. It is not that the issues don’t exist today, but few seem to be troubled at all by these q

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