What the Bible says (and does not say) about NT baptism in 7 easy points

1. The Bible does not say that baptism is a “profession of faith in Jesus Christ”.

2. The Bible does not say that baptism is an “act of obedience after salvation”.

3. The Bible does not say that baptism is an “outward showing of an inward change”.

 

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4. The Bible does say that New Testament baptism is for the remission (pardon, forgiveness) of sins.
(Luke 24:47, Acts 2:38 & 22:16, Colossians 2:11,12)

5. The Bible does say that New Testament baptism is our burial, which is an essential part of the gospel of death, burial, and resurrection.
(1 Corinthians 15:1-4, Romans 6:3-5, Colossians 2:12)

6. The Bible does say that New Testament baptism saves us.
(Acts 2:38-40, Titus 3:5, 1 Peter 3:21, Mark 16:16)

7. The Bible does say that New Testament baptism is always, without exception, administered by calling on the name of  JESUS CHRIST!
(Matthew 28:19, Luke 24:47, Acts 2:38, 8:12-16, 10:43-48, 19:5 & 22:16, Romans 6:3, 1 Corinthians 6:11, John 20:31)

Amen.

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3 Responses

  1. Thank you for Spreading the good news.
    May Father in Heaven Bless and protect you and yours. I also ask him to send you a spirit of Agape love in Jesus Christs name, Amen.

  2. And the Bible says nothing about waiting until a child is a certain age before he or she can be baptized.

    1. This is absolutely correct.
      As long as a child is old enough to understand and believe the gospel, and is willing to live his life in service to the Lord Jesus Christ, then he may be baptized in Jesus’ name, for the remission of sins.
      Amen.

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