He did not concede anything, when he wrote "See above. Repent." Perhaps a trip to the optometrist is in order....?Interesting that you ignore the second half of that verse. \
It says he who believes and is baptized will be saved. He who does not believe will not be saved.
If baptism is necessary for salvation, then why doesn't He say "He who is not baptized will not be saved"?
Unless you're willing to be honest and cite the whole thing, I'm not interested.
I accept your concession.