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Sep
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awarded  Teacher
Sep
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comment If we are saved by grace, then why does Jesus say we must be baptized in both spirit and water?
Jesus forgave the sins of quite a few others without the need for actions on their part. Anyways, I don't want to discuss in comments, so I'll leave it here. :)
Sep
23
comment If we are saved by grace, then why does Jesus say we must be baptized in both spirit and water?
I disagree; I don't think faith can even exist without obedience. If you truly believe that God exists and that you should follow him and that following him is best for you, then you will follow him. Not do to so would indicate a lack of faith. And works are clearly unnecessary given how Jesus saved the criminal on the cross who did and could do nothing at the end besides acknowledge his fear of God.
Sep
23
answered If we are saved by grace, then why does Jesus say we must be baptized in both spirit and water?
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23
awarded  Autobiographer
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23
comment In what order should the books of the (Protestant) Bible be read?
Not an answer - The Book of God by Walter Wangerin Jr. is a novelization of much of the Bible and roughly chronological. Quite an interesting read.