The best brief introduction to infant baptism I have read. Hyde is long enough to cover the basics, but short enough to be of use to any believer. There were several things I enjoyed about the book.
1. Hyde is gracious, but firm. His understands that good Christians differ on this issue. But he believes the Bible is firmly on his side. I liked this approach.
2. He emphasized the covenant of grace.
3. He discussed the status of children in the NT. I think this particular angle has been overlooked by both paedo and credo baptists.
4. He showed how the mode was irrelevant.
5. He used church history as a secondary source, but clearly put the Scriptures above it.
This will become my go to book for new parents or people looking into infant baptism.