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1 Why we believe baptism must be immersion Why we believe baptism must be immersion

2 Sprinkle Pour Baptize infants

3 Mode of Baptism Common Idea Is: Sprinkling Pouring Immersion Different Modes of Baptism }

4 Mode of Baptism Mode Action Sprinkling Pouring Immersion Each Is A Different Action! } Is Not

5 Modes of Baptism Candidate – Stand Candidate – Sit Candidate – Kneel Taken Backwards Taken Forward Taken Sideways All are different modes of the same action: Immersion!

6 Why we believe baptism must be immersion Why we believe baptism must be immersion I. Baptism is a Burial

7 Baptism is a Burial Rom 6:3-4 3 Or do you not know that as many of us as were baptized into Christ Jesus were baptized into His death? 4 Therefore we were buried with Him through baptism into death, that just as Christ was raised from the dead by the glory of the Father, even so we also should walk in newness of life.

8 Baptism is a Burial Col 2: In Him you were also circumcised with the circumcision made without hands, by putting off the body of the sins of the flesh, by the circumcision of Christ, 12 buried with Him in baptism, in which you also were raised with Him through faith in the working of God, who raised Him from the dead.

9 Baptism is a Burial Bury: To conceal by or as if by covering with earth….To place (a dead body) in a grave, a tomb, or the sea…To cover from view… (AHD)

10 Why we believe baptism must be immersion Why we believe baptism must be immersion I. Baptism is a Burial II. Word Baptism Means Immersion

11 Word Baptism Means Immersion baptisma (noun) / baptizo (verb) 1. baptisma NT:908, "baptism," consisting of the processes of immersion, submersion and emergence (from bapto, "to dip"), is used (a) of John's "baptism," (b) of Christian "baptism," see B. below; (c) of the overwhelming afflictions and judgments to which the Lord voluntarily submitted on the cross, e. g., Luke 12:50; (d) of the sufferings His followers would experience, not of a vicarious character, but in fellowship with the sufferings of their Master. Some mss. have the word in Matt 20:22-23; it is used in Mark 10:38-39, with this meaning. (Vines)

12 Word Baptism Means Immersion baptisma (noun) / baptizo (verb) baptizo NT:907, "to baptize," primarily a frequentative form of bapto, "to dip," was used among the Greeks to signify the dyeing of a garment, or the drawing of water by dipping a vessel into another, etc. Plutarchus uses it of the drawing of wine by dipping the cup into the bowl (Alexis, 67) and Plato, metaphorically, of being overwhelmed with questions (Euthydemus, 277 D). (Vines)

13 Word Baptism Means Immersion baptisma (noun) / baptizo (verb) NT:907 baptizoo; 1. properly, to dip repeatedly, to immerge, submerge 2. to cleanse by dipping or submerging, to wash, to make clean with water Luke 11:38 3. metaphorically, to overwhelm, (Thayer)

14 Word Baptism Means Immersion baptisma (noun) / baptizo (verb) NT:907 baptizo (bap-tid'-zo); from a derivative of NT:911; to immerse, submerge; to make overwhelmed (i.e. fully wet); used only (in the N. T.) of ceremonial ablution, especially (technically) of the ordinance of Christian baptism: Strongs

15 Word Baptism Means Immersion baptisma (noun) / baptizo (verb) baptizo dip, immerse mid. dip oneself, wash (in non- Christian lit. also plunge, sink, drench, overwhelm… Bauer (Gingrich & Danker)

16 Why we believe baptism must be immersion Why we believe baptism must be immersion I. Baptism is a Burial II. Word Baptism Means Immersion III. Examples of Baptism – Go Into The Water

17 Examples of Baptism – Go Into Water A. Matt. 3:16 – came up from the water B. Acts 8:38 – Both went down into the water C. John 3:23 – John baptized where – much water D. Baptized in Jordan (Mt. 3:6; Mk 1:5) – not necessary for sprinkling or pouring E. Acts 16:33 – left jail – baptized – went to house

18 Why we believe baptism must be immersion Why we believe baptism must be immersion I. Baptism is a Burial II. Word Baptism Means Immersion III. Examples of Baptism – Go Into The Water IV. Immersion – Action on Person / Sprinkling & Pouring – Action on the Water

19 Immersion – Action on the Person Sprinkling & Pouring – Action on the Water Sprinkling / Pouring – not synonymous with Immersion What is baptized: men & women (Acts 8:12) What is Sprinkled: Water (to scatter, disperse in small drops) What is Poured: Water (to cause to flow in a stream)

20 Immersion – Action on the Person Sprinkling & Pouring – Action on the Water Sprinkling / Pouring – not synonymous with Immersion Sprinkling – has as direct object – Water Pouring – has as direct object – Water Immersion – has as direct object - Person

21 Why we believe baptism must be immersion Why we believe baptism must be immersion I. Baptism is a Burial II. Word Baptism Means Immersion III. Examples of Baptism – Go Into The Water IV. Immersion – Action on Person / Sprinkling & Pouring – Action on the Water V. Candidates: Penitent Believers

22 Candidates: Penitent Believers Believers Mark 16:16 Acts 8:36-37 Acts 18:8 Penitent Acts 2:38

23 Candidates: Penitent Believers Infants Have not sinned (Acts 2:38; 22:16) Is not a believer (John 8:24) Cannot repent (Acts 2:38)

24 Why we believe baptism must be immersion Why we believe baptism must be immersion I. Baptism is a Burial II. Word Baptism Means Immersion III. Examples of Baptism – Go Into The Water IV. Immersion – Action on Person / Sprinkling & Pouring – Action on the Water V. Candidates: Penitent Believers


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