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Title: Some have foolishly affirmed: I contend that baptism is necessary for salvation. What baptism Vine s


1
Baptisms of the New Testament
  • Some have foolishly affirmed I contend that
    baptism is necessary for salvation. What
    baptism? Vine states regarding the noun rendered
    baptism the following

baptisma baptism, consisting of the processes
of immersion, submersion and emergence.
2
Baptisms of the New Testament
  • There are essentially seven baptisms mentioned in
    the New Testament. We shall briefly examine
    each, noticing the pertinent, identifying facts
    of each.

3
Baptisms of the New Testament
  • 1 The baptism of Israel (I Cor. 10 1, 2).
  • A. 1500 years before Christ.
  • B. Administrator the Lord.
  • C. Elements cloud and sea.
  • D. Subjects Israelites.
  • E. Design their deliverance.

4
Baptisms of the New Testament
  • 2 The baptism of John (Matt. 21 25).
  • A. During Johns preaching.
  • B. Administrator John.
  • C. Element water.
  • D. Subjects penitent Jews.
  • E. Design prepare for Christ.

5
Baptisms of the New Testament
  • 3 Baptism during Jesus ministry (John 4 1,
    2).
  • A. While Jesus was on earth.
  • B. Administrators disciples.
  • C. Element water.
  • D. Subjects penitent Jews.
  • E. Design prepare for the Kingdom.

6
Baptisms of the New Testament
  • 4 The baptism of suffering (Mark 10 35-38).
  • A. Part of scheme of redemption.
  • B. Administrators evil men.
  • C. Element intense suffering.
  • D. Subjects Christ and apostles.
  • E. Design to make perfect.

7
Baptisms of the New Testament
  • 5 The baptism of the Holy Spirit (Acts 1 5,
    8).
  • A. Promised to the apostles.
  • B. Administrator Christ.
  • C. Element Holy Spirit.
  • D. Subjects Apostles Cornelius.
  • E. Design To empower.

8
Baptisms of the New Testament
  • 6 The baptism of the Great Commission (Mark
    16 16).
  • A. Universal command.
  • B. Administered by men.
  • C. Element water.
  • D. Subjects penitent believers.
  • E. Design salvation.

9
Baptisms of the New Testament
  • 7 The baptism of fire (Matt. 3 11, 12).
  • A. Serves as warning of future agony.
  • B. Administrator Christ.
  • C. Element eternal fire.
  • D. Subjects the disobedient.
  • E. Design punishment.

10
Baptisms of the New Testament
  • The scriptures teach that there is one baptism
    (Eph. 4 5).

11
Baptisms of the New Testament
  • 3 Endeavouring to keep the unity of the Spirit
    in the bond of peace.
  • 4 There is one body, and one Spirit, even as ye
    are called in one hope of your calling
  • 5 One Lord, one faith, one baptism (Eph. 4).
  • The question is, which baptism?

12
Baptisms of the New Testament
  • 20 Which sometime were disobedient, when once
    the longsuffering of God waited in the days of
    Noah, while the ark was a preparing, wherein few,
    that is, eight souls were saved by water.
  • 21 The like figure whereunto even baptism doth
    also now save us (not the putting away of the
    filth of the flesh, but the answer of a good
    conscience toward God,) by the resurrection of
    Jesus Christ (I Pet. 3).

13
Baptisms of the New Testament
Conclusion
  • Only the baptism of the
    Great Commission has all the requisites to be the
    one baptism of Ephesians 4 5. I affirm that
    the baptism of the Great Commission is necessary
    for salvation.
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