Greetings PBers, This past Lord's Day I was visiting family and attended worship at a Presbyterian Church. It just so happened to be "Baptism Sunday" (their term not mine) and among those baptized was a pair of siblings who looked to be between the ages of 11-15. The pastor said these two were being baptized into the church based on the faith of their parents and used the household baptism examples from scripture to support the practice. For those in Presbyterian Churches is the practice of baptizing older children based on the faith of the parents considered normative? My wife and I expected to see infants baptized at a Presbyterian baptismal service obviously, but we were quite surprised to see children of this age baptized based on their parent's faith and not their own. How would your Presbyterian (or other Reformed) Church have handled a scenario like this? Would your church baptize preteens and teenagers under this oikos baptism understanding? If so, would there be an age when children of believing parents would no longer be eligible for baptism under this principle?...like if the children were considered to be of adult age? Thanks in advance for any insight shared!