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|Posté le: Dim 9 Juil - 13:34 (2017) Sujet du message: Reexamining The Authenticity Of Water Baptism In The New
Reexamining the Authenticity of Water Baptism in the New Covenant is a bold thought provoking work, intended to stir up Christians to take a fresh look at this doctrine, and ask some necessary questions; or even just to begin a conversation about it. The book takes a chronological and historical approach to the evolution of water baptism, and its incorporation into the church. According to this book, Water Baptism, a Christian rite is a teaching that is as old as the church itself.
It involves the application of water to a person’s body either by sprinkling, pouring or immersion and other forms depending on the school-of-thought the person subscribes to. It is practiced by almost all the Christian churches, who all claim Scriptural authority and history for it. Yet, its history has been the history of disagreements, where all groups attach different meanings and importance to it according to their own viewpoints, thereby occasioning long endless debates. Whereas, this book posits that the real baptism raises the bar from the simple onetime outward water ritual to the more abstract and sophisticated process that involves the Holy Trinity.
Therefore, I invite you to open-minded, and carefully peruse its pages and challenge yourself as to the true knowledge of the subject matter.
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