Category: Is Baptism Necessary for Salvation? (4 Posts)

Some argue that Acts 2:38 teaches that baptism is necessary for salvation. However, clearer Scripture passages definitively teach that baptism is ”not” necessary for salvation—since justification is by faith alone—and there is a very reasonable of Acts 2:38 that does not contradict with the doctrine of justification by faith alone. Acts 2:38 – Is Baptism […]

Some argue that Acts 22:16 teaches that baptism is necessary for salvation. However, clearer Scripture passages definitively teach that baptism is not necessary for salvation—since justification is by faith alone—and there is a very reasonable of Acts 22:16 that does not contradict with the doctrine of justification by faith alone. Acts 22:16 – Is Baptism […]

Some argue that 1 Peter 3:21 teaches that baptism is necessary for salvation. However, clearer Scripture passages definitively teach that baptism is ”not” necessary for salvation—since justification is by faith alone—and there is a very reasonable interpretation of 1 Peter 3:21 that does not contradict with the doctrine of justification by faith alone. 1 Peter […]

Some sects of Christianity teach that baptism is necessary for salvation, for example, Roman Catholicism and the Church of Christ. Believing that baptism is necessary for salvation is extremely serious, since this belief undermines the doctrine of justification through faith alone, which is a central teaching of Scripture concerning salvation. A Better Question than “Is […]

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