(thank you, Phil)
"The Case for Covenantal Infant Baptism", edited by Gregg Strawbridge
This is a set of essays by several men and I've read the first two so far.
Here are a few questions that should be asked with an open mind and heart.
How many hundreds of years did the Jews understand that the covenant sign was to be applied to the entire household?
Since many of the new Christians were Jews, doesn't it seem a little strange that none of the letters to new believers addresses the change?
After 2,000 years of applying the covenant sign to a household, shouldn't somebody have told the Jews to stop?