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Baptism:  “An act involving a God created element demonstrating position with God.”
(A)  You won’t get this definition from a dictionary!
(B)  What you will get is a lot of religious mumbo jumbo pertaining to doctrine of Catholicism and her daughters.

You will notice that “water” is nowhere in this definition.  (This definition is offensive to “Church of Christ, Inc.” et al., because they know of no baptism except “water baptism” as they fancy it applies to them in Acts 2:38.)  “Water” is not a part of every baptism,” only some of them, and most biblical baptisms can not be “performed,” and never will be “performed” by an “elder” or “priest,” so such persons will naturally ignore this doctrinal issue because the truth does not exalt them or make them look good.] Continue reading Baptisms