Baptistic Conclusions

Doug Wilson observes:

“Many Christians have come to baptistic conclusions because they simply took a Bible and a concordance, and then looked up every incident of baptism in the New Testament. This is objectionable, not because they studied these pasages concerned with baptism, but because they did not look up all the passages that addressed parents, children, generations, descendants, promises, covenants, circumcision, Gentiles, Jews, olive trees and countless other important areas. In other words, the subject is bigger than it looks” (To a Thousand Generations, p. 11).

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About Uri Brito

I am the Pastor of Providence Church (CREC) in Pensacola, Fl.
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