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Qualifying for baptism required only recognizing Jesus in the first century. Why is accurate knowledge required now?

 
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Qualifying for baptism required only recognizing Jesus in the first century. Why is accurate knowledge required now?
Why are you delaying? Rise, get baptized.—Acts 22:16.

An exhaustive knowledge is not required before a person can make a dedication to God and get baptized. After baptism, all disciples should keep on growing in accurate knowledge. (Col. 1:9, 10) So how much knowledge is initially required? The experience of a family in the first century offers us some insight. (Acts 16:25-33) While on his second missionary tour, about 50 C.E., Paul visited Philippi. While there, he and his companion Silas were arrested on false charges and thrown in jail. During the night, an earthquake shook the foundations of the jail and opened all the doors. The jailer, fearing that the prisoners had escaped, was on the verge of committing suicide when Paul called out to him. Paul and Silas were able to give a fine witness to the jailer and his family. Their appreciation for the truths they were learning about Jesus prompted them to take what step? They got baptized without delay. w18.03 10 ¶7-8
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Re: Qualifying for baptism required only recognizing Jesus in the first century. Why is accurate knowledge required now?
First century - Apostles were baptising.

These days - no Apostles.

Pastors / priests / reverands etc...how many actually "Believe"?

Thread: Over 70% of Churches Reject Basic Biblical Teachings

The supposed "fix" is that there are now folks who claim to be modern-day Apostles.

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Jesus said the only sin that can't be forgiven is blasphemy of the Holy Spirit.

It's difficult to imagine that the lack of being baptised is in that category / thought.
I am but a humble Servant of the one True Living God.
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Re: Qualifying for baptism required only recognizing Jesus in the first century. Why is accurate knowledge required now?
It a beautiful things, nothing special about it. Maybe just to get the filthy J-ews to have a bath.

And you left out Elijah aka John The Baptist who was Jesus cousin.

"Little children, yet a little while I am with you. Ye shall seek me: and as I said unto the J-ews, Whither I go, ye cannot come;" - John 13:33
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Re: Qualifying for baptism required only recognizing Jesus in the first century. Why is accurate knowledge required now?
Why are you delaying? Rise, get baptized.—Acts 22:16.

An exhaustive knowledge is not required before a person can make a dedication to God and get baptized. After baptism, all disciples should keep on growing in accurate knowledge. (Col. 1:9, 10) So how much knowledge is initially required? The experience of a family in the first century offers us some insight. (Acts 16:25-33) While on his second missionary tour, about 50 C.E., Paul visited Philippi. While there, he and his companion Silas were arrested on false charges and thrown in jail. During the night, an earthquake shook the foundations of the jail and opened all the doors. The jailer, fearing that the prisoners had escaped, was on the verge of committing suicide when Paul called out to him. Paul and Silas were able to give a fine witness to the jailer and his family. Their appreciation for the truths they were learning about Jesus prompted them to take what step? They got baptized without delay. w18.03 10 ¶7-8
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required by whom?
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Jesus said the only sin that can't be forgiven is blasphemy of the Holy Spirit.


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And there is only one Lord, Jesus Christ, through whom God made everything and through whom we have been given life.

1 Cor 8:6


…16But whenever anyone turns to the Lord, the veil is taken away. 17Now the Lord is the Spirit, and where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is freedom.
2 Cor 3:16-17

Ephesians 4:4,5
There is one Spirit, one Lord


1 Tim 2:5
For there is one God and one mediator between God and humanity, the man Christ Jesus,
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Would Dr. Darwin approve of Baptism? I base all my decisions on WWDD. What would Darwin do ? I think Baptism would be low on his to do list, so sorry, but NO !
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Yes, a 12 year old can understand the requirements...

But the Bible says to “study to show thyself approved, a workman

that needeth not to be ashamed, rightfully dividing the WORD OF GOD !”

The WORD OF GOD gives us INSTRUCTIONS ON
HOW TO LIVE OUR LIFE....

btw- don’t miss “the LIBERTY WE HAVE IN CHRIST” !

The Apostle Paul speaking to some elders ( bishops)

WARNED THAT FROM AMONG THEMSELVES some

WOULD TEACH PERVERSE THINGS, drawing away

disciples to themselves...

btw- the “Roman catholic church “ is NOT THE CHURCH

JESUS THE CHRIST FORMED !

Christ’s CHURCH (assembly) had several bishops ( elders )
FOR EACH CONGREGATION ! According to the New Testament
there are specific REQUIREMENTS FOR ELDERS.... one of
Which is that they be MARRIED TO ONE WOMAN & a second
REQUIREMENT IS TO HAVE BELIEVING CHILDREN!

There is NO “supreme bishop” or papa or pope in the structure
of the CHURCH JESUS FORMED !

The “roman catholic church “ was formed over one hundred years
AFTER JESUS FORMED HIS CHURCH ( assembly)

This is WHY WE MUST KNOW WHAT GOD SAYS IN HIS
NEW TESTAMENT- “study to show thyself APPROVED,

a workman that needeth NOT to be ashamed, rightfully dividing
THE WORD OF GOD.

YES A 12 year old CAN ACCEPT JESUS AS SAVIOR AND BE BAPTIZED
WASHING AWAY HIS/HER SINS... but we CANNOT REMAIN AN
“INFANT (living on milk) but we must MATURE AND MOVE ON
TO ADULTHOOD (eating meat).”

That is the reason WE MUST CONTINUE TO STUDY
& “show ourselves
approved” of God.
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Would Dr. Darwin approve of Baptism? I base all my decisions on WWDD. What would Darwin do ? I think Baptism would be low on his to do list, so sorry, but NO !
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How will Professor Darwin explain his being resurrected during the 1,000 year reign? Did his cells reverse mutate upward spontaneously reconstructing his self?
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Jesus said the only sin that can't be forgiven is blasphemy of the Holy Spirit.
 Quoting: TheLordsServant

1 Cor 8:6

And there is only one Lord, Jesus Christ, through whom God made everything and through whom we have been given life.


2 Cor 3:16-17
…16But whenever anyone turns to the Lord, the veil is taken away. 17Now the Lord is the Spirit, and where the Spirit of the Lord is, there is freedom.


Ephesians 4:4,5
There is one Spirit, one Lord


1 Tim 2:5
For there is one God and one mediator between God and humanity, the man Christ Jesus,
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 75106368


Yet Father God SENDS the Holy Spirit...just like He SENDS His Son.

Thread: The Holy Spirit / Holy Ghost / "Comforter" is NOT Jesus' Own Spirit

Thread: Son of God - Jesus' Relationship To The Father - John 17 and More
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Re: Qualifying for baptism required only recognizing Jesus in the first century. Why is accurate knowledge required now?
Why are you delaying? Rise, get baptized.—Acts 22:16.

An exhaustive knowledge is not required before a person can make a dedication to God and get baptized. After baptism, all disciples should keep on growing in accurate knowledge. (Col. 1:9, 10) So how much knowledge is initially required? The experience of a family in the first century offers us some insight. (Acts 16:25-33) While on his second missionary tour, about 50 C.E., Paul visited Philippi. While there, he and his companion Silas were arrested on false charges and thrown in jail. During the night, an earthquake shook the foundations of the jail and opened all the doors. The jailer, fearing that the prisoners had escaped, was on the verge of committing suicide when Paul called out to him. Paul and Silas were able to give a fine witness to the jailer and his family. Their appreciation for the truths they were learning about Jesus prompted them to take what step? They got baptized without delay. w18.03 10 ¶7-8
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Are you Catholic? I've never heard of someone needing to qualify for baptism in the Christian churches but I'm not Catholic.
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Re: Qualifying for baptism required only recognizing Jesus in the first century. Why is accurate knowledge required now?
Why are you delaying? Rise, get baptized.—Acts 22:16.

An exhaustive knowledge is not required before a person can make a dedication to God and get baptized. After baptism, all disciples should keep on growing in accurate knowledge. (Col. 1:9, 10) So how much knowledge is initially required? The experience of a family in the first century offers us some insight. (Acts 16:25-33) While on his second missionary tour, about 50 C.E., Paul visited Philippi. While there, he and his companion Silas were arrested on false charges and thrown in jail. During the night, an earthquake shook the foundations of the jail and opened all the doors. The jailer, fearing that the prisoners had escaped, was on the verge of committing suicide when Paul called out to him. Paul and Silas were able to give a fine witness to the jailer and his family. Their appreciation for the truths they were learning about Jesus prompted them to take what step? They got baptized without delay. w18.03 10 ¶7-8
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Are you Catholic? I've never heard of someone needing to qualify for baptism in the Christian churches but I'm not Catholic.
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If a scripturaly non-educated non-dedicated person gets baptized he makes mockery of the ransom sacrifice.