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My treatment of the Reformed doctrine of the inclusion of the children of believers in the covenant of God, begun in the March 15, 1990 issue of The Standard Bearer, was interrupted by the special issue on preaching and by the editorial on Synod. The editorial in the issue of May 1 contended that the covenant is established with the elect children only and offered two grounds for this contention: 1) the rule of faith in Scripture that the covenant mercy of God is particular and sovereign; 2) the teaching on this very matter in Romans 9:1 ff. The editorial...

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The Call to Believers’ Children to be Converted We face, finally, the question, what place does conversion have in the life of the covenant child? Does conversion have a place, or is it now unnecessary for him? If conversion has a place in the life of the child of the covenant, is this place an important place, even a necessary place, or is the place of conversion somewhat minimized? 

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