In the article, he gives three objections that many folks have toward infant baptism:
1) There is no example of infant baptism in the New Testament.While I am part of a denomination that practices infant baptism, I can especially relate to his third objection, and think about it nearly every time I perform an infant baptism. I explain that this is not a guarrantee or means of salvation, but I often worry that people believe it is anyway.
2) There is no command to baptize babies in the New Testament.
3) Many people who have been baptized as infants believe they are going to heaven because a priest or a pastor sprinkled some water on their forehead when they were a few weeks old.