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  1. 3. The proper understanding. Baptism is a picture of our total identification with Christ in His atoning work and glorious resurrection. It is an expression of our belief that salvation is His work and, like His resurrected life, complete and eternal in nature. It does not affect or secure our salvation.

    • I. A Long Voyage in The Scriptures
    • II. Context in Romans
    • III. New Testament History
    • IV. What Baptism Is
    • v. What Baptism Is Not

    Take your Bibles if you would and open to Romans chapter six, we're going to be looking this morning at the topic of Christian baptism. We're going to be starting in Romans 6:1-4, but actually our journey is going to take us in many different places today. A little bit more unusual approach to preaching than I usually do. But I think it's important...

    Look with me at that text, Romans 6:1-4. "What shall we say then? Shall we go on sinning so that grace may increase? By no means. We died to sin how can we live in it any longer. Or don't you know that all of us who were baptized into Christ Jesus were baptized into his death. We were therefore buried with him through baptism into death in order th...

    John the Baptizer Now in order to understand baptism we have to kind of go back in New Testament history. The first time that water baptism enters the scriptures with John the Baptizer. Now you know him as John the Baptist but I don't want you to misunderstand, he wasn't a Baptist the way we understand. He was a Baptizer, he was someone who came un...

    Baptism is a Symbol of Union with Christ Baptism is, number one, a symbol of union with Christ. A symbol. It's not reality. The Catholic church teaches that there is a reality about their sacraments. Something really happens to you when you go through their sacraments. So they believed that I, when I was baptized as a two-week-old infant or however...

    Not for Unregenerate But what is baptism not? Well, baptism is not for the unregenerate. It's not for the unbeliever. And so, Baptists have always had a procedure you have to go through before they'll baptize you. They want to know for sure whether you're born again or not. The point is not the water, the point is your eternal soul before God. That...

    • True Christians believe God exists. One cannot be a Christian if he or she doesn’t first believe in an invisible power that created everything (Genesis 1:1; 2:4).
    • True Christians believe Jesus Christ was God in the flesh. Christianity is based on Jesus Christ. Christians believe He did exist and walk the roads of Judea about 2,000 years ago.
    • True Christians believe Christ died for the sins of all humanity and was resurrected to eternal life. “Behold! The Lamb of God who takes away the sin of the world!”
    • True Christians are characterized by having love for one another. Jesus Christ made this crucial statement identifying His followers: “By this all will know that you are My disciples, if you have love for one another” (John 13:35).
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    • The Priesthood as a Sign
    • Correct Doctrine and Practice

    Each of us is a son or daughter of a loving Father in Heaven, and whose greatest desire is that we find true and lasting happiness in this life and the next. Many people try to find happiness in activities that are contrary to our Heavenly Father 's commandments and which only give us temporary happiness. Our Heavenly Father's plan is a plan of hap...

    When the Savior established His Church in Israel, he called twelve apostles who would teach the gospel and testify of the Savior. When the Savior died, Peter became the head, or the prophet of the Church. Today, a living prophet leads the Mormon Church and under him are twelve apostles who have been called by God through revelation. These twelve ap...

    The Mormon Church teaches that, "We believe in God the Eternal Father and in His Son Jesus Christ, and in the Holy Ghost." These three beings are the members of the Godhead, God being the supreme member. Jesus Christ is the Father's Son and does the Father's will in all things. Each is aware of the other; they communicate, and work in perfect harmo...

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  3. Answer (1 of 4): What an interesting question! Thank you for this. Most of the time, I’m responding to someone’s polemic about someone else and their beliefs, not a question without an agenda.

  4. The church's name includes Jesus Christ: Ephesians 5:23: " For the husband is the head of the wife, even as Christ is the head of the church: and he is the saviour of the body. " The passage indicates that Jesus is the head of the church; it does not state that Jesus' name forms part of the church's name. Again, this is not a useful indicator ...

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