Articles Posted in the " baptism " Category




  • A Tearful Pilgrimage

    A Tearful Pilgrimage

    “Somehow these reformed theologians managed to maintain their paedobaptist conviction. What was I missing? How could one who saw no express command to baptize infants still baptize infants? This was the rub.”


  • Is it Biblical for a lifeguard to perform a baptism?

    Is it Biblical for a lifeguard to perform a baptism?

    In the secular world, accountants, auto mechanics, doctors, engineers, electricians, lawyers, plumbers, train operators, etc., can only practice their profession if they have a license. But if evangelicals would not trust a doctor to build their houses or an auto mechanic to do a root canal, why do they put a biblically-illiterate Tommy Lee in charge of their souls?



  • How Pilgrims Persevere in Suffering

    How Pilgrims Persevere in Suffering

    In 1 Peter 4:12-19, the apostle reminds us that as pilgrims in this fallen world, we are not to be surprised, we are not to be ashamed, and we are not to doubt God’s faithfulness when sufferings come. This was how believers throughout history endured unimaginable sufferings.






  • What 1 Corinthians 10:2 means

    What 1 Corinthians 10:2 means

    Paul, therefore, is saying that as Israel crossed the sea, they were united into Moses, who had authority over them from God and who led them in their escape from Egypt and in the crossing of the sea. Continuing with his commentary on the Exodus narrative, Paul points out that Israel partook of the one spiritual food and drink which God gave them through their “baptism” into Moses.