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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.
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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 ...
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 ...
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 ...
"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 ...