Category: Baptism (3 Posts)

TL;DR No Explicit Biblical Support The practice of infant baptism lacks explicit biblical support. Nowhere in Scripture do we find a clear example of an infant being baptized or a command to baptize infants. Important passages on baptism emphasize personal faith and repentance as prerequisites (Acts 2:38; Acts 8:12). The lack of clarity has led […]

TL;DR Biblical Basis for Believer’s Baptism Believer’s baptism is a practice rooted in the New Testament, emphasizing the importance of personal faith and repentance before baptism. This view is supported by several key passages. For instance, in Acts 2:38, Peter declares, “Repent and be baptized, every one of you, in the name of Jesus Christ […]

TL;DR The Role of Baptism in Christian Life Baptism holds a significant place in Christian doctrine and practice. It symbolizes a believer’s identification with the death, burial, and resurrection of Jesus Christ, as outlined in Romans 6:3-4. This sacrament is an act of obedience, adhering to the example of Christ and His command in the […]