Scriptural Baptism

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The word “baptize” comes from the Greek word “bapto” which means “to whelm, i.e. cover wholly with a fluid.”  Baptism properly defined means to be completely submerged, as in being totally covered. In Christianity when we say that a person has been “baptized”, we are saying that, that person has been completely immersed in water. […]

Scriptural Baptism 22The word “baptize” comes from the Greek word “bapto” which means “to whelm, i.e. cover wholly with a fluid.”  Baptism properly defined means to be completely submerged, as in being totally covered. In Christianity when we say that a person has been “baptized”, we are saying that, that person has been completely immersed in water. We call this a “believer’s baptism.” Such baptism may have taken place in a church baptistry, a lake, pond, river, or a swimming pool, but it was ALWAYS a complete immersion. A complete immersion is the only type taught in the Word of God, thus making invalid all other forms of so-called baptisms. To be “baptized” by sprinkling is of man and not of God; to claim otherwise is to claim an authority higher than God’s Word; such an authority has its origin in Satan himself for there is NO AUTHORITY higher than God’s Word.

A person may have been baptized in the scriptural manner, but that does not mean that he or she was a scriptural candidate for baptism. So then, let’s take a brief, closer look at scriptural baptism as taught by the Word of God. . . .

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