Over the past weeks, there has been quite a number of threads dedicated to the differing views of covenant theology, and the related question of the proper recipients of baptism. These discussions have gotten a bit intense at times, as proponents of the different views defended what, I am sure, they (we) believe to be the proper biblical position. Some of us come to our beliefs simply because we accept the tradition in which we were raised at face value. Others have grappled with the meaning and significance of the relevant texts and either formed - or changed - their positions. Several people on these CT threads (myself included) shared that we moved from a credo- to paedo-baptist conviction. I wonder how widespread this move might be - and whether there is a corresponding move in the other direction. In other words, after seriously considering the matter, have people been inclined to maintain their "family tradition," or have they moved to the other side of the debate? Please share how you arrived at your position.