The Nature and Covenant of Baptism as a Religious Rite and Sacred Ordinance

The Apostle Paul makes clear distinction that the baptism correlates to the death of Christ, burial of Christ, and resurrection of Christ. It also points to the nature of our own death, burial, and eventual resurrection (whether it is in the First Resurrection or the Second Resurrection). Therefore, we see that this is a covenant relationship between us and Christ. We are unified through baptism. We are also required to walk in the newness of life as our old self is crucified with Christ. This is what Christian Apologists, like Holding, do not fully comprehend. Baptism was an integral part of Jesus Christ’s ministry and an important factor related to the ordinance being practiced within the First Century Christian Church. In fact, Paul writes to the Ephesians that there is One Lord, One Faith, and ONE BAPTISM.

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The Suffering Servant: Christ in Gethsemane and its Significance to the Cross

Christ being in the Garden of Gethsemane, being pressed down with the weight of taking the sins of all humanity upon him, caused grave emotional, spiritual, and physical stress and agony to where he experienced this rare medical condition. And, as Nelson teaches, it is in the Garden of Gethsemane that the Atonement began where Christ became the Sin-Bearer. Yet, is it any wonder that modern Christians who lack literacy in scriptural teaching lay claim to something they consider to be false and inconsistent?

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Is the LDS (Mormon) Faith a Polytheistic Religion?

Content writer, Alicia Purdy, published an article on March 2019 at Crosswalk.com: Are Mormon’s Christians? 7 Major Differences in Critical Theology  After careful review of her brief 7-point synopsis of these 7 major, and critical, differences in theology – there seems to be something amiss. Purdy made 7 critical false arguments based on what is called…

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