Infant baptism (from the Westminster Standards)
Baptismal Regeneration by Charles Spurgeon
Baptism by Charles Spurgeon
A Scriptural Critique of Infant Baptism
by John MacArthur
"Baptists, The Only Thorough Religious Reformers" by John Quincy Adams
Spurgeon: "I do not know an error which causes the damnation of more souls than infant baptism at the present-time. There are thousands of people who firmly believe that they shall go to Heaven because they were sprinkled in infancy, have been confirmed, and have taken the Sacrament. Sacramental efficacy and baptismal regeneration, all spring from the first error of infant baptism!"
"I do not like our Anglican Catechism. It begins so very badly, calling baptism our new birth, and making us thereby members of Christ, children of God, and heirs of the kingdom of Heaven. This is a weighty matter; for all carnal churchmen imagine they are new born, because baptized, and quote the Catechism as a proof of it; and the carnal clergy preach accordingly, and quote the same authority."
John Berridge, 1787