Tag Archives: baptism

Celebrating the Christian Kumbh Mela

March 10, 2013

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I recently read an article regarding the Hindu festival “Kumbh Mela” where participants, amid much religious ceremony, bathe themselves in the Ganges river for the washing away of their sins (view article HERE).  They smear themselves with ashes and sand, pray prescribed prayers, and then descend into the water.  To most of us in the […]

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WHO is coming out of the American Baptismal Waters?

January 3, 2010

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Is the Baptism commonly done in America being done in a Godly and Biblical way?  It is fairly obvious that Baptism is often marginalized as a nice tradition in our culture, but I have come to the conclusion that we are seeing something much more serious (even deadly) being played out in many of our local baptism ceremonies.  […]

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Baptized or Inoculated?

December 16, 2009

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Baptized or Inoculated? This is a hard message.  Please study this subject for yourself in the Scripture and pray on it before allowing yourself to be offended or casually dismissing it. I recently attended a Baptism service at a local Church that profoundly disturbed me.  Immediately before someone descended into the water to be baptized, […]

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