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In Baptists

What is a Baptist?

A Baptist is a person who belongs to the Baptist Church. Being aBaptist implies that you have certain things in common with otherBaptists, such as how you approach worship.
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Why are you a Baptist?

I am a Baptist because I need to be rooted and grounded in the Word of God, and I believe that the best way to interpret the Bible is to take it literally.. However, I am a I (MORE)
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Why do they call baptist a baptist?

Baptists get their name from their belief that it is an important thing to be baptized. They believe that being baptized DOES NOT make you a Christian, but displays your belie (MORE)
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Why are baptists called baptists?

called baptist because they believe a newly converted believer should be dipped under water, symbol of death burial resurrection of Jesus Christ.
In John the Baptist

Why was John the Baptist called a baptist?

because he was called by god to baptise people: ask god to forgive them of their sins and cleanse them with the water of the river jordon, symbollically washing away a persons (MORE)
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What is or who is baptist?

Typically, someone who is a member of a Baptist church. Baptists are a large, 400 year old protestant denomination descending from the Anglican Church and the Puritans in Engl (MORE)
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How are you a baptist?

If you go to their church get "Baptised" as or become a member of the church
In John the Baptist

How long was John the Baptist a Baptist?

Actually, to avoid confusion, it might be better to call him "John the Baptizer." Even though "John the Baptist" is a correct term, it can confuse people who are familiar with (MORE)
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Who were the baptists before John the Baptist?

John the Baptist was not a baptist, like we think of it today. He got that name because he was famous for baptizing people. Although, some well-meaning baptist might argue t (MORE)
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Why get baptist?

John preached baptism for forgiveness of sins for those repenting,confining his baptism to Jews and proselytes to the Jews' religion.(Mark 1:1-5; Acts 13:24)