Baptism is a public declaration of that decision. A child could get baptised once he/she understands the meaning of the baptism.Another answerThere are some Pentecostals that believe that a person must be baptized to be saved -- so they would want a person to be baptized as soon as possible.
Then Peter said unto them, repent, and be baptized every one of you in the name of Jesus Christ for the remission of sins, and ye shall receive the gift of the Holy Ghost.Another answer
Pentecostals are baptized when they believe in Jesus and what he has done for them or as some like to say "Receive him in your heart". Its not just a public display so that everyone can see you, it is a representation of us being "buried with him in baptism" or a washing away of the old man
Pentecostals believe in being fully immersed in the water, not sprinkled, and also in JESUS' NAME!
Pentecostals do not baptize small children. They must reach the age of accountability. Then baptism is by complete immersion in water,
Pentecostals follow the church calendar.
Pentecostals do believe in cremation.
The Apostolics are a sub-set of the Pentecostals; they are usually called Apostolic Pentecostals.
No, Pentecostals are not perverted. Why would you ask such a question?
Generally speaking, pentecostals do not perform confirmations.
Pentecostals do decorate Christmas trees.
Most Pentecostals do wear earrings.
Pentecostals do not believe in the Economic Trinity.
Pentecostals worship the Father, Son, and Holy Ghost.
Pentecostals do believe in life after death.
Pentecostals (everyone needs to) repent, be baptized in Jesus Name, and receive the gift of the Holy Ghost and the speaking of other tongues... you need to do this to get to Heaven... There are also Apostolic Pentecostals they believe in repent, be baptized in Jesus Name, and receive the gift of the Holy Ghost and the speaking of other tongues... you need to do this to get to Heaven. (same as above except) we wear skirts and DONT CUT HAIR. We obey everything the bible tells us to do, weather god demands it or just asks. .... (I am Apostolic Pentecostal so I know)~ Apostolic churches don't believe in the Trinity, (Father Son, Holy Ghost) Pentecostal churches do. The difference is the belief in the Trinity. Also Apostolic baptized in Jesus name only. Pentecostals baptize in the name of the Father, Son and Holy Ghost............ not all pentecostals teach you have to have the holy ghost with evidence of speaking in tongues to go to heaven, some teach its good to have that but not necessary for heaven...but all apostolic pentecostals do teach this. there are manhy differences even amongst the individual denominations whether apostolic or just pentecostals.....also FYI---there are apostolic denominations which are not pentecostal at all.
Hebrew Pentecostals do not believe in abusing their wives.
Pentecostals do express themselves through dance.
Pentecostals do believe in the virgin Mary as she was the mother of Jesus.
Pentecostals do not sprinkle for baptism. The baptism formula is given in Matthew 28:19 by Jesus to his disciples. Although many take this and repeat it the disciples understood what Jesus' meant and full filled it on the day of Pentecost when Peter said to be baptized in the name of Jesus.(Acts 2:38) Biblical baptism has always been by submersion in the name of Jesus.
Pentecostals believe in being baptized and being filled with the Holy Ghost with the evidence of speaking in tongues. There are trinitarian (father, son, holy ghost) and Oneness (Jesus Name) Pentecostals. Most Baptists are trinitarian and depending on each organization they may or may not teach on the Holy Ghost with the evidence of speaking in tongues.
Individuals who have been baptized in the name of the Trinity do not "convert" to the RC faith, as the church recognizes such baptisms as valid (Mt - Baptize in the name of the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit; St. Paul - One Faith, One Baptism, One Lord of All). Such individuals enter into full fellowship with the faith. For those 'doubtfully baptized' Christians, (Pentecostals et. who have been baptized only in the name of Jesus). The individual is 'conditionally' baptized in the name of the Trinity... you could consider them to be 'converts. Non-Christians would be baptized and you could consider them to be 'convets'.
Pentecostals usually do not baptize babies; they do go through a ritual though of a baby dedication.
Pentecostals believe that "In the beginning God created the heavens and the earth." Genesis 1:1
Yes, Pentecostals are more open to accepting others and care much less about appearance.
lutherans can be baptized at any age in life. i was baptized as a baby. but i know people who were baptized as adults. lutherans can be baptized at any age in life. i was baptized as a baby. but i know people who were baptized as adults.
There are many differences between Amish and Pentecostals. Both stem from Anabaptism, but the Amish are a plain people with very reserved church services in German. Pentecostals believe in the Holy Spirit and faith healing.