Steve Ray has a list of more than 35 loaded Questions for "Bible Christians" (quotation marks his)(link to the whole list). I originally planned to respond to just 35 of them, but the series seems to have been of interest, so in this extension, I'm responding to three more numbered questions in his list, plus fourteen "bonus questions" that take the form "Where does the Bible say ... ." I'm trying to provide the answers in the same common format as the original series, for easy reference. This is number 3/17.
38) What is one to believe when one Protestant says infants should be baptized (e.g., Luther and Calvin) and another says it is wrong and unbiblical (e.g., Baptists and Evangelicals)?
1) Search the Scriptures to see who is right.
2) Pray to God for wisdom.
1) The term "evangelicals" encompasses both Baptists and Presbyterians.
2) "Luther and Calvin" would be two "Protestants" not one.
3) This idea of pitting paedobaptists (those who baptize both those who profess faith and their infants) against credobaptists (those who baptize only those who profess faith, but not their infants) is a popular tool in Rome's apologetic toolkit. The underlying theory of the objection is that Scripture is unable to answer the question. Yet when Roman apologists are trying to defend infant baptism against credobaptists, they will argue that Scripture teaches infant baptism. Go figure.