Since there is "the way of God more perfectly" (Acts 18:26) for baptism is not water (Acts 18:25) what is the "one baptism" (Eph 4:5)?

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  • 4 weeks ago
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    The only correct baptism is the ghostly baptizm in the holy ghost. All wet baptism is just diluting the baptism with water to make it more visible in order to add more show for the audience.

  • 4 weeks ago

    Ephesians 4 refers to baptism by water (by immersion). Read Romans 6. Baptism by immersion is necessary in symbolism of the death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus Christ.

    • Norine4 weeks agoReport

      YOU PEOPLE HAVE BEEN TAUGHT BS BY THE ROMAN CATHOLIC AND ARE TOO IGNORANT AND GULLIBLE OR IS IT LAZY TO RECOGNIZE IT. YEAH YOU'R TOO LAZY TO STUDY SCRIPTURE AS COMMANDED TO FIND OUT IF YOUR BELIEF DEFIES OTHER SCRIPTURES AND YOU'D RATHER GO WITH THE FLOW RATHER THAN DO AS COMMANDED!

  • 1) Since there is "the way of God more perfectly" (Acts 18:26)

    Yes. And...what does that passage teach us was that "way"? Namely: that Jesus is the Christ, and that the baptism of John was "old hat".

    https://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=act+1...

    2) for baptism is not water (Acts 18:25)

    Acts 18:25 does not teach anything of the sort.

    3) what is the "one baptism" (Eph 4:5)

    The particular baptism to which Paul was referring was

    of course

    the baptism instructed by Jesus in the Gospels

    namely

    baptism in the name of the Father and Son and Holy Spirit.

    • Norine4 weeks agoReport

      and told us which "one" in Acts 1:5 then you're ALREADY LOST and are in "UNBELIEF" (Rev 17:5) through DECEPTION (Col 2:8) by the roman catholic church.

  • Anonymous
    4 weeks ago

    Acts 8:38: “They both went down into the water, both Philip and the eunuch; and he baptized [“immersed,” ED, Ro] him.”

    Mark 1:9, 10: “Jesus . . . was baptized [“immersed,” ED, Ro] in the Jordan [River] by John. And immediately on coming up out of the water he saw the heavens being parted.”

    John 3:5: “Unless anyone is born from water and spirit, he cannot enter into the kingdom of God.” (A person is ‘born from spirit’ at the time of his baptism with that spirit. Luke 12:32 shows that only a “little flock” have that privilege. See also Revelation 14:1-3.)

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  • 4 weeks ago

    It is the baptism of Acts 19:5 instead of the one in Acts 19:4

    • Norine4 weeks agoReport

      You BACKWARDS "BA$TARD" (Heb 12:8) who is GULLIBLE and will believe ANYTHING your LYING pastor teaches you just like ***he*** believes the roman catholic doctrine and is teaching that LYING BS!

  • 4 weeks ago

    Why do you continue to do the work of the devil telling people not to water immerse baptize?

    • Norine4 weeks agoReport

      I GIVE WORD! There is "the way of God more perfectly" (Acts 18:26) for baptism other than water baptism (Acts 18:25) who is the Holy Ghost Who is Jesus (John 14:18) who "SAVES" us (Mark 16:16). That's why there's just "one baptism" THE ONE Who "QUICKENS" (I Cor 15:45) us back to life (Eph 2:1).

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