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Great Sermon! Having been born into a Catholic family naturally I was baptized as an neat. Today a a believer and outside the Catholic religion, I do not believe in Infant baptism. But I was wondering something as I listened to this message. If there any NT verses that support it, then I stand corrected. I just can't think of any. Is there any Scripture that supports or mandates immersion? How do we know that John the Baptist immersed, apart from Jesus coming up from the water and a dove (the Holy Spirit). lighting on Him. Are all the pictures of John immersing al those people just assumption?
I see your point. Your point is well taken. Particularly that is fosters a sense of "false" conversion for the one baptized as an infant and those surrounding him ie. parents and other church members. I believe you've change my position on infant baptism, not only that it's wrong but that it's consequences are far reaching and eroding for all parties involved. Thank you Pastor. Thank you Father, Son and Spirit for the Spirit of Adoption wouldn't exchange it for the Universe.
Great Sermon! Excellent sermon! The decency code was called the Television Code of the National Association of Broadcasters. People who grew up in the 1960s and 1970s may recall the N.A.B.'s Seal of Good Practice. The Code also prohibited displays of actress' navels, such as Mary Ann (from Gilligan's Island) wearing a bikini or Jeannie (from I Dream of Jeannie) wearing harem pants. Modesty is always in style.