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Baptism-Wisdom & Hate

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What baptism did Jesus?

What baptism did Jesus?
What baptism did Jesus have to undergo that He so dreaded?I know this let’s see if you do.

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Answer by Smile Jesus Loves You
He enjoyed His Baptism…

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The Baptism In The Holy Spirit – How To Receive

The baptism in the Holy Spirit. http://www.r3new.net If you are a Christian this video will show you how to be baptized in Holy Spirit. To be filled with the…
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Austin Joseph Cherish Baptism

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I got baptized as a baby, do I need to get baptized again?

I got baptized as a baby, do I need to get baptized again?
Am I violating the “one Lord, one faith, ONE baptism” rule by doing so?

I hear it’s optional anyway. Or it’s a commandment, I don’t know. It can’t be both.
Some well thought out answers here. Thank you.
joearnold00: Thank you for the Easter greeting. He is risen indeed!

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Answer by mary ann
In the Catholic Faith we believe in “One Baptism for the forgiveness of sins.” However, we do require that the Baptism was done in the Tinitarian format, which is, “In the name of the FAther, The Son and the Holy Spirit.” God Bless…

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How should baptism be done?

How should baptism be done?
I believe in full immersion and no infant baptism, provide scripture to back up your answers or else I don’t care. In Matthew 3:6, where did John the Baptist baptize? in the river, did he sprinkler water on people? No. Mark 1:10 Jesus was baptized how? full immersion “And straightway coming up out of the water…..” Now get this the word baptize comes from the greek word baptizo which means to immerse, submerge; to make whelmed (i.e. fully wet); used only (in the New Testament) of ceremonial ablution, especially (technically) of the ordinance of Christian baptism:–Baptist, baptize, wash.

Pope Stephen II declared the practice of “pouring” for baptism was valid in the case of sick candidates in the year 754 A.D. The Roman Catholic Council of Ravenna, 1311 A.D., gave the first “official” sanction of sprinkling. Prior to these times, immersion was the usual mode. In some Roman Catholics circles, immersion was still practiced in the 18th century.

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Answer by qwerty
A dunk in Jack Daniels

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Image taken from page 15 of ‘Christianity the light of the moral world: a poem. (The Magi; an eclogue.)’

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Image taken from page 15 of ‘Christianity the light of the moral world: a poem. (The Magi; an eclogue.)’

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Title: "Christianity the light of the moral world: a poem. (The Magi; an eclogue.)"
Author: HOBSON, Thomas – M.A
Shelfmark: "British Library HMNTS 11630.e.5.(1.)", "British Library HMNTS 643.k.5.(6.)"
Page: 15
Place of Publishing: London
Date of Publishing: 1745
Issuance: monographic
Identifier: 001698327

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Who was the first person to start baptism/baptising (it’s not John the Baptist)?

Who was the first person to start baptism/baptising (it’s not John the Baptist)?
We were discussing this at church and I can’t figure out who it is. My pastor already told me it’s not John the Baptist.

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Answer by hate y’ll
King Clovis in France

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Which organ piece for baptism?

Which organ piece for baptism?
I am playing the organ at the end of my younger brother’s baptism, don’t no what to play. Anyone got any ideas?

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Answer by JJWJ
“know what to play” (not “no what to play”)

Has your younger brother made the decision HIMSELF to surrender his life to Jesus? Many people claim to be Christian, but are not. (My mother was pretty accurate in 1966 when she told me as I dried myself after being baptized by immersion: ” … And all you see in churches are going to tell you they’re Christian. Sixty percent? Yeah, they’re saved. Forty percent? No way.)

One good one would be “Washed in the Blood of the Lamb”. Look in the back of the hymnal for a list of hymns under the subtitle “Baptism” and find one you would like.

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christianity: “it’s not what you know, but who you know”?

christianity: “it’s not what you know, but who you know”?
basically the slogan for all slackers everywhere in terms of success, but I find this hilariously relevant for christianity as I’m assuming most don’t know science/logic too well and they rely on their “special friend” to pull them through in life, who agrees?

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Answer by MK6
I don’t agree.

it’s not (so much as) what you know, than who you know.

And science never “pulled anyone through in life” anyway.

There’s a little bit of logic that might help ya.

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