If a non-believer is part of the household, where the head is a believer (confessing Christian), then at what age or reason (referring to the argument) would you NOT require that head to have the non-believer baptized? Should that member be exiled from the household in your option based on the Abrahamic Covenant if the baptism does not take place if you think it is required regardless of the non-believer’s age; and should the head to be placed under church disciple for not forcing the baptism to take place (not speaking in the case of infants here)? Examples of consideration being of adopted teenagers, non-believing mother-in-law moving in, or in the case of a college student still living at home when the head of the household converts. I am just curious about your reflected thoughts. My fellow Credos remember that only Paedos can respond here. So please do not interact unless you have a question for further clarification to a given response.