Tag Archives: Baptism

Sacraments or Ordinances?

“Sacraments” was a term I rejected because of its association with the Roman Catholic Church.  Like many in the Protestant world I was more comfortable with the term “ordinances.” With the term “ordinances” baptism and the Lord’s Supper were viewed … Continue reading

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Book Review: Understanding Baptism by Bobby Jamieson

Product Details Series: Church Basics Paperback: 80 pages Publisher: B&H Books (January 15, 2016) Language: English ISBN-10: 1433688875 ISBN-13: 978-1433688874 Product Dimensions: 5 x 0.2 x 7 inches B&H Publishing Group sent me a review copy of Understanding Baptism by … Continue reading

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From Circumcision to Christ to Baptism

Physical circumcision was always pointing to Christ and the circumcision he administers, by the Spirit. When God called and made his covenant with Abraham–to be his God and the God of his descendants after him–God commanded circumcision as the sign of … Continue reading

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On the Mode of Baptism: Sprinkling, Pouring, or Immersion

In the end, what I believe about the mode of baptism doesn’t really matter.  The debates.  The conversations.  They will rage on. But in case you’re wondering where I land on the matter, here goes.   First up, I’m a Baptist, … Continue reading

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