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377. Baptism an Embodiment

Baptism is a sort of embodiment of the gospel, and a solemn expression of it all in a single act. In baptism we are passive in every thing but in giving our consent. We are buried and we are raised by another. Hence in no view of baptism can it be called a good work.

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First Line: Baptism is a sort of embodiment
Title: Baptism an Embodiment
Author: Alexander Campbell
Language: English
Publication Date: 1995
Topic: The Church at Worship: Baptism; God's Church: The Church at Worship: Baptism; Baptism
Notes: Alexander Campbell, 19th-century Disciples forebear
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