What's the big deal about baptism?
Jesus commands his disciples to be baptized, and it’s a glorious picture of a person’s union with Jesus’ death, burial, and resurrection. Still, many Christians feel unclear about the topic, having more questions than answers. This short work provides a biblical explanation of baptism. What is it? Who should be baptized? Why is it required for church membership? And how should churches practice baptism?
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“I’ve been a believer for decades now. I wasn’t baptized then, so why do I need to be baptized now after all this time? Since it’s so long after my conversion, wouldn’t it be meaningless anyway?” (source)
“people. In baptism we swear the vow, ‘Do you take this Jesus to be your Lord and Savior?’ ‘I do.’” (source)
“By design, the new covenant people are all renewed, all forgiven, all indwelt by the Spirit.” (source)
“benefits of that union. Through Christ our sins are forgiven” (source)
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