Calvinist Critique of 2003 “Auburn Affirmation” – Refutation of the Hypercovenantal Sacramentology of Reverend S. Wilkins

17) Though only for an ’iysh or ‘mature male’ with ’uwsh or vir-ility (Exodus 12:3f), the Old Testament Passover was never purely physical and non-spiritual.   Rev. Wilkins admits (as Lee himself believes) that the Passover was only for those with a conscious faith.   Yet on what basis does Rev. Wilkins exclude conscious babies but include toddlers from manducating at the Passover — except on the basis of the toddler’s profession of faith (albeit yet before adolescence)?

18) First Corinthians10:1-11 states that our ’iysh-with-’uwsh “fathers” all ate and drank, precisely as adolescents and adults.   Such alone as are capable of either fathering or fornicating, eat and drink at the Lord’s Table (10:1,8,11,16).   This excludes not just the baby and the toddler but also every pre-’iysh or pre-adolescent male.   Such ’uwsh-less pre-adolescents cannot “father” — because