Water Baptism

Baptism, Part 4a

We’re working through a study of water baptism. In Part 1 and Part 2 we saw that water baptism in the New Testament was used as a public expression to identify a person as a believer in Jesus Christ. The early Christians baptized people by immersing them in cold, flowing water (like a river or […]

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Baptism, Part 3

We are looking at the biblical teaching of water baptism. So far we have established: The word “baptism” means “immersion” or “to dip under” (Baptism, Part 1) The earliest Christians all baptized people by plunging them fully under water(Baptism, Part 2) Water baptism is a public symbol that a person has new life through Jesus

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Baptism, Part 2

We are answering questions that come up frequently about baptism. We introduced the word “baptism” in Part 1 and found out that it’s most natural meaning is “to dip, immerse, or plunge” under something, usually water. Based on that information we should be able to answer these two questions: Is there a proper method for

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