[Linux4christians] I need some advice.
Billy F. Staggs
bstaggs at staggs.net
Mon May 16 18:11:01 EDT 2011
Didn't the SBC vote a few years back to require "re-baptism" of members
transferring from Churches that do not follow the doctrine of eternal
security? I recall having several discusses with some SB Brothers
regarding this. If I recall correctly, there was even the dismissal and
subsequent reinstatement of a SBC counsel member in protest of this
vote. I am told the local SB Churches in my area do not practice this
Seems pretty Salvation oriented to me.... Perhaps I misunderstood your
On 5/16/2011 4:39 PM, dcolburn at bibleseven.com wrote:
>> So I know that it was acceptable but the Baptist Church tells me I
>> must reject my baptism and be re-baptised by submersion again or they
>> will not accept me as a Christian. They also claim their theology is
>> the "Absolute Truth" and give it higher regard than the Bible. Those
>> are the local Baptists though. IDK about other Baptists.
> I do not know who are you "local Baptists" but Southern Baptist
> doctrine defines baptism and "non-salvific".
> Many may view you as in-rebellion for refusing the instruction
> of the Bible to be baptized as a public testimony of your faith, and
> as a first-act of obedience to your Lord, but not non-Christian.
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