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Did you not say you have to be baptized with water to be saved.
If it wasn't you then I apologize Sadan.
I was sure I read a post were you and Preston, were discussing this very thing.
Which baptism was Paul referring to in Eph. 4? Was it the baptism that happened to the Apostles?
Was it John's baptism?
Was it the baptism for the remission of sins and to receive the Holy Ghost (Acts 2:38)?
Why do those who believe they are baptized with the baptism the apostles experienced, why can they not do the magnificent things the Apostles could? Also, why do they practice another baptism to 'symbolize' something? Why practice two, if Paul says there is One (Eph. 4)?
Is Paul incorrect?