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  • Submitted: Oct 03 2017 10:15 AM
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  • Author: Brad Doskocil
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  • Tab Name: Is Our Understanding of Baptism All Wet
  • Suggest New Tag:: Baptism
  • Module Identifier: Is Our Understanding of Baptism All Wet - Brad Doskocil.gbk.twm

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Author:
Brad Doskocil

theWord Version:
3.x - 4.x

Tab Name:
Is Our Understanding of Baptism All Wet

Suggest New Tag::
Baptism

Module Identifier:
Is Our Understanding of Baptism All Wet - Brad Doskocil.gbk.twm

Recently, Bob Wilkin wrote a book that looked at how many words in the Bible are misunderstood.1 Perhaps another Bible word that is often misunderstood is baptism and its cognates: baptize and baptist. We will look at the use and meaning of this word group. The discussion will begin with a review of the meaning of the underlying Greek words and examine their usage. Afterward, I will classify and examine the various kinds of baptisms presented in the New Testament (NT). Finally, some of the more difficult passages in the NT which contain these words will be considered.



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