Resurrected Living
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Archive for the ‘Baptism’ Category

On the Word Sacrament

June 12, 2018

Over the years, I have noticed objections from Christians regarding the use of certain words. One of those words is the word sacrament. I use the word sacrament because I believe it is the best word out of all the words available in the English language to describe certain God-events in the life of a […]

A Baptismal Service

January 12, 2016

[After entering the baptistry] Responsive Reading I: Reader: Put to death what is earthly in you. Congregation: Put them all away: anger, wrath, malice, slander, foul talk, and untruthfulness. Reader: The world walks in these, but you must now put them all away. Confession & Baptism [Following the baptism, remain in the baptistry and ask the […]

Musings

August 10, 2013

Scot McKnight’s Thoughts on Baptism Scot McKnight published an interesting post this week on the subject of baptism. In it he examines the importance of baptism in the early church and points out passages in the Bible that connect baptism to repentance and forgiveness. He writes, The early church carried on this practice — it […]

N.T. Wright on Baptism

May 18, 2012