Jordan Pickering


Jordan Pickering is a lecturer in Old Testament at George Whitefield College in Cape Town, an evangelical Anglican training center that offers undergraduate and postgraduate programs in theology. Jordan teaches Old Testament subjects, as well Study Skills (which involves analytical and argumentation skills) and (until recently) Greek. At time of writing, Jordan is busy with a PhD in Old Testament at Stellenbosch University. Jordan achieved a BTh (hons) degree cum laude from GWC / North West University, and an MTh degree cum laude from Stellenbosch University. He is married and has two daughters, and is currently dabbling in children’s fiction.


Troubled Waters: A Fresh Look At Baptism And Why We Argue
You set the price! Words: 40,140. Language: English. Published: March 22, 2016. Categories: Nonfiction » Religion & Spirituality » Christian Rituals & Practice / Sacraments, Nonfiction » Religion & Spirituality » Biblical Studies / New Testament
Baptism is an issue that has long divided the Christian church, and it is an argument that has not made much progress. Each camp discusses the same biblical data, but without hearing each other. This book looks at why we have these camps, and why we persist in misunderstanding one another. It shows how correcting our foundations and assumptions suggests a fresh solution to the problem of baptism.

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argument    baptism    church    covenant    discipleship    fallacies    infant baptism    origin    paedobaptism