Part 76 I was asked a question about baptism, which is not unusual considering that the teachings on baptism are varied and contradictory in the denominational world, so for one seeking the truth from various places and sources the information can be confusing. I was asked, “Can you baptize a person who is already saved, or does it have to be a person who is not saved?” Some denominations teach that baptism is an outward sign of an inward grace. Some groups teach that it must be done at birth to wash away inherited sin. Let us first consider what the word baptism means as it was originally used by the inspired writers.

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