This comes closer to a comprehensive Reformed theology of baptism than anything else I know. Its relative brevity and accessibility make it that much more impressive. Of course, Reformed sacramental theology comprises a spectrum from all-but-Lutheran to all-but-Zwinglian. This book is probably a bit more high-sacramental than the average American Reformed person, likely because of the author's historical perspective. It also gives a Reformed perspective on other Christian traditions' baptismal views. Obviously it disagrees with them, but the disagreement is both informed and charitable.