Hi, everyone. I have been searching this forum and Google for some critiques of Pascal Denault's The Distinctiveness of Baptist Covenant Theology, and it hasn't really turned up anything yet. All I have found are several forum threads, but those can be particularly hard to follow due to the absence of thesis statements and purposeful, ordered, clear and logical presentation (because a forum is, by definition, a place for dialogue, not dissertations). Anyway, I was wondering if someone knows of or has written themselves a critique or response of Denault's book (not exhaustively, of course, but perhaps a few major points) from a Westminster position. I read the book, and was convinced for a while (note my signature), but I find myself confused and struggling over the issues again, seeing that I find convincing arguments on both sides, and I desperately desire relief of some sort. I do not ever want to go into ministry after seminary having not figured out my stance or belief on baptism. Could anyone direct me to anything they find to be particularly convincing? Any and all help is greatly appreciated, brothers.