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John’s Baptism and New Testament Baptism
Posted on May 4, 2022 by Bryan Hodge
Through the years, I have been asked various questions about John’s baptism. Here are a few: (1) What was the purpose of John’s baptism? (2) What is the difference between John’s baptism and New Testament baptism? (3) Did those who … Continue reading →
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