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Concerning Cases of Conscience Regarding the Use of the Sacraments and, in Specific, Baptism
This article concerning casuistry and baptism was originally written in Latin by Friedrich Balduin. Pages 390-408, Chapter XI Translated by Wade R. Johnston for Senior Dogmatics, 2003.
Where is the Font?
Truth and Lies about Baptism: An Examination of the First Three Questions (With a Cursory Look at Modern Day False Teachings)
Bortulin examines the first three “questions” about Baptism from Luther’s Small Catechism, as well as some modern-day false teachings about Baptism.
Ego Te Baptizo: The Church's Liturgy as Instrument of the Baptizing God
The key component to the rite of holy baptism is the sacrament itself: the washing with water combined with the word, which offers the forgiveness of sins. Throughout the centuries after Christ, other aspects surrounding ...
"Pastor, Am I Baptized?"
How should we deal with people who have been baptized in non-traditional ways? Not only does Professor Gurgel tackle this question, but he also dives deep into the doctrine of baptism and the word to understand the underlying ...