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He walked a short distance to the river Jordan.

No, he did not walk a short distance to the river Jordan. He walked approximately 60 miles from Galilee to the river Jordan to be baptized by the only man ordained by God to administer Baptism. 60 miles is not a short distance to a walking man.

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Jesus came from Nazareth of Galilee to John the Baptist to be baptized in the Jordon River which is 60 plus miles.

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Over 60 miles

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Where were the disciples of Jesus baptized?

Great question. Lets go to the bible to find out. John 3:22 After these things cam Jesus and his disciples into the land of Judea and there he tarried with them and baptized. In fact Jesus not only baptized the disicples but baptized many others as well.


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