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  1. Saxon

    Baptism; After Salvation

    You seem to be a scripture quoting troll that has no intention of engaging in a conversation.
  2. Saxon

    Baptism does not atone for sin.

    It was a simple question and you don't seem to be able to answer.
  3. Saxon

    Baptism; After Salvation

    Obviously you don't know how to have a conversation.
  4. Saxon

    Baptism; After Salvation

    Do you have any understanding of how to have a conversation?
  5. Saxon

    Baptism does not atone for sin.

    Then why do you continue with me?
  6. Saxon

    Baptism; After Salvation

    Still no communication.
  7. Saxon

    Types and Antitype

    You are still not communicating.
  8. Saxon

    Baptism is a rite, not salvation !

    You may be quoting scripture but it doesn't help me to understand you. Make a statement in your own words so I can understand your thoughts.
  9. Saxon

    Baptism does not atone for sin.

    How does that relate to what I have stated??
  10. Saxon

    Gift of the Bed

    If you are implying that I am unfaithful just say so and then support your statement with scripture, it would be less confusing. You are allowed to state your thoughts.
  11. Saxon

    Types and Antitype

    That doesn't explain anything, How does the scripture that you quoted relate to what I have written?
  12. Saxon

    Gift of the Bed

    It doesn't.
  13. Saxon

    Baptism is a rite, not salvation !

    Baptized into Christ, not water.
  14. Saxon

    Baptism does not atone for sin.

    Baptized into Christ Not water. The Holy Spirit baptizes (immerses) believers into one body (the body of Christ) 1 Corinthians 12:13 For by one Spirit are we all baptized into one body, whether we be Jews or Gentiles, whether we be bond or free; and have been all made to drink into one Spirit.
  15. Saxon

    Baptism; After Salvation

    We have redemption through His blood, the forgiveness of sins. Through His Blood; not baptism!
  16. Saxon

    Baptism; After Salvation

    Redeemed by the blood of the Lamb; not baptism.
  17. Saxon

    Baptism does not atone for sin.

    1 Peter 3;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: What is the "like figure"? The like figure of baptism is the death burial and...
  18. Saxon

    Baptism is a rite, not salvation !

    Explain "who was baptized unto His death" and who's "death" was he baptized unto? (book, chapter and verse) as you like to quote scripture.
  19. Saxon

    Which Church Fathers and Councils Rejected Baptismal Regeneration

    So you have no use for the Bible??????
  20. Saxon

    Types and Antitype

    How does this relate?
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