J.V. Fesko, academic dean and associate professor of systematic theology at Westminster Seminary California, has written what looks to be a monumental work on baptism from a Reformed perspective.  Word, Water, and Spirit: A Reformed Perspective on Baptism is published by Reformation Hertiage Books.

Table of Contents:

Part I: The History of the Doctrine
Chapter 1: Baptism in the Patristic Age, Middle Ages, and Counter Reformation
Chapter 2: Baptism in Luther and Lutheranism
Chapter 3: Baptism in Zwingli and the Anabaptists
Chapter 4: Baptism in the Reformed Tradition
Chapter 5: Baptism in Early Orthodox Reformed Theology
Chapter 6: Baptism in High Orthodox Reformed Theology
Chapter 7: Baptism in Modern Theology
Summary of Part I

Part II: Biblical-Theological Survey of the Doctrine
Chapter 8: Baptism as New Creation
Chapter 9: Baptism as Covenant Judgment
Chapter 10: Baptism as Eschatological Judgment
Summary of Part II

Part III: Systematic-Theological Construction of the Doctrine
Chapter 11: Baptism as a Means of Grace
Chapter 12: Baptism as a Sacrament
Chapter 13: Baptism Proper
Chapter 14: Baptism and Its Recipients
Chapter 15: Baptism and Ecclesiology
Summary of Part III


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