Water Baptism eBook

This eBook from the Gutenberg Project consists of approximately 37 pages of information about Water Baptism.

FOOTNOTES: 

[Footnote 68:  Mark 1.2; Luke 3.4]

[Footnote 69:  Luke 7.27; Jon. 3.28; Mat. 17.1, 8]

[Footnote 70:  Mark 9.4, 8; Jon. 1.31]

[Footnote 71:  Luke 1.80; Mat. 17.1, 8]

[Footnote 72:  Mark 9.2, 8; Luke 9.28, 36]

[Footnote 73:  Jon. 1.31]

[Footnote 74:  Acts 10.28]

[Footnote 75:  Jon. 4.9]

[Footnote 76:  Concordance under Proselyte]

[Footnote 77:  Britanica]

[Footnote 78:  Mat. 3.5]

[Footnote 79:  Mat. 3.5, 6]

[Footnote 80:  Mark 1.7; Mark 1.8; Jon. 1.26, 33; Jon. 3.30]

[Footnote 81:  Acts 1.5; Acts 11.16; Acts 11.16; Acts 2.16, 18; Joel 2.8]

[Footnote 82:  Jon. 1.6, 34; Mark 1.8; Acts 1.4, 5; Acts 11.16]

[Footnote 83:  Jon. 1.26, 33]

[Footnote 84:  Acts 1.4, 5; Acts 11.16; Jon. 3.30]

[Footnote 85:  Jon. 1.33]

[Footnote 86:  Acts 1.5; Acts 11.16]

[Footnote 87:  Acts 1.5; Acts 11.16]

[Footnote 88:  Acts 2.16, 18; Joel 2.28, 29]

[Footnote 89:  Acts 2.16, 18; Joel 2.28, 29]

[Footnote 90:  Mat. 3.11; Mark 1.8; Luke 3.16; Jon. 1.26, 33]

[Footnote 91:  Mark 1.4, 5]

[Footnote 92:  Mat. 4.19; Mat. 9.9]

[Footnote 93:  Jon 4.2]

[Footnote 94:  Mark 2.14; Luke 5.27]

[Footnote 95:  Jon. 3.22; Jon. 4.2]

[Footnote 96:  Jon. 3.22; Jon. 4.2, 3]

[Footnote 97:  Jon. 7.22, 23; Luke 2.21, 24]

[Footnote 98:  Luke 5.14]

[Footnote 99:  Leviticus 14]

[Footnote 100:  Mat. 3.15]

[Footnote 101:  Luke 2.21]

[Footnote 102:  Mat. 5.17; Luke 5.14]

[Footnote 103:  Mat. 10.5; Mat. 10.23]

[Footnote 104:  Acts 7.8]

[Footnote 105:  Mat. 3.15]

[Footnote 106:  Acts 1.5; Acts 11.16]

[Footnote 107:  Jon. 19.30]

[Footnote 108:  1 Cor. 12.31; Col. 2.14, 17]

[Footnote 109:  Heb. 10.1, 9; Heb. 9.13, 28; Heb. 9.12]

[Footnote 110:  Acts 1.11]

[Footnote 111:  Acts 1.12; Acts 1.4; Acts 24.49; Acts 2.1, 18; Jon. 16.16, 22]

[Footnote 112:  Jon. 14.16, 21]

[Footnote 113:  1 Cor. 12.13; Gal. 3.28; Acts 2.16, 18]

[Footnote 114:  Life of St. Paul P. 52]

WATER BAPTISM AND CHRISTIAN BAPTISM

Water is not to be understood whenever baptism is named; neither is baptism to be understood whenever water is named.  There are many baptisms without water mentioned in Scripture and elsewhere.

The four evangelists and Peter each define two different and distinct baptisms following closely after each other.  First John’s baptism of water, then Christ’s baptism of the Holy Spirit.  Our Saviour also testified to these two independent baptisms but to no other baptism as the result or successor of these two.  He speaks of one as past and of the other as yet to come.[115]

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