I was surprised to find in one of the polls on this board that so many people had gone from being credobaptists to paedobaptists. So my question is specifically to those who have had such a change of mind. What is it that sowed the seed of doubt about credobaptism for you? What was that hook that got you thinking and wanting to get to the bottom of the baptism issue? Scripturally speaking. I know there are personal reasons that people begin delving into the topic for, but I'm looking for scriptures of passages that really got your attention or got you questioning. I ask because I was raised in a paedobaptist church, never gave the theology of baptism much thought till ten years ago I moved and started attending a Pentecostal/credobaptist church. I started studying the subject and came close to being convinced at first glance that paedobaptism was completely invalid. But on continued study, I see more and more clearly how it fits with scripture. However, the lingering doubt I have comes from not being able to get any of my fellow church members to even consider the possibility that there might be a flaw in the credobaptist doctrine. So what did it for you? On a related note, why should a credobaptist even consider paedobaptism seeing as no one argues about believers needing to be baptized and therefore the 'safe' thing to do is wait till you have professed faith? Thanks!