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Exegetical Brief: Colossians 2:11-13 In Baptism God Works Faith and Makes Us Alive, Joining Us to Christ
In this exegetical brief, Professor Zell shows how the Greek phrasing of the Colossians 2:11-13 equip the church to confess the Christian faith boldly and to speak correctly about baptism and faith and God’s gracious working ...
Jesus Received Benefits at His Baptism (And We Did at Ours, Too!)
“An incorrect understanding of Jesus’ baptism by John can lead to an incorrect under-standing of Jesus’ incarnation, his divinity, his state of humiliation, the role of the Holy Spirit in Jesus’ saving work, the meaning ...
“Repent and Be Baptized…” - An Exegesis of Acts 2:38 (with Reference to the Arminian Teaching of Believer Baptism)
The essayist uses this opportunity to take a fresh look at Acts 3:28. His objectives are as follow: “By this study I intend to demonstrate that Acts 2:38 strongly supports what other portions of Scripture also affirm: that ...