Summer Rose (Methodist and New J.C Hammer lol)
- Dec 29, 2017
The original Greek word for baptism means immersion, or submerge. The body has to go under water. It was translated vaguely intentionally to match a doctrine. Flick water at a forehead doesn't equate to the same thing.
I'm sorry but I have to strongly disagree with you. My brother and I already had this discussion. It's not some magic water, it's what in your heart that counts. It doesn't matter what ritual you use.