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Posted on August 16, 2022 by Bryan Hodge
“Must Jesus bear the cross alone, and all the world go free? No there’s a cross for ev’ryone, and there’s a cross for me / The consecrated cross I’ll bear till He shall set me free, and then go home … Continue reading →
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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 →
Posted in baptism, Cofession, Repentance, Textual study | Tagged 1 Chronicles 29, Acts 18, Acts 19, apollos, aquillla and priscilla, book basics of biblical greek, book greek grammar beyond the basics, confessio of sins, confession, confession of Christ, david gathered material for temple, did those baptized with john's baptism need to be rebaptized, difference between john's baptism and new testament baptism, eis, ephesus, for the remission of sins, freed-hardeman college, Guy N. Woods, John 4:1-2, john's baptism, John's preaching and Jesus preaching much the same message, johnny ramsey, Matthew 21:25, nominative v. accusative case, purpose of john's baptism, rebaptism, rebaptism at ephesus, Repentance, the baptism of John, the new analytical greek lexicon, vine's, wesley j. perschbacher, who baptized in John 4:1-2, william b. wallace, william d. mounce | 2 Comments