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Baptist Answers

Is Baptism A Work?

by Bryant Evans on September 15, 2008

Today we reach the end of the questions posed by a denominational preacher in Tennessee. He had charged that no “church of Christ preacher” could answer his questions. We know we have although we doubt he would admit it.  We asked him to comment here and have been met with silence. The writer asked: If […]

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Forgiveness of Sins Comes At Baptism – Not Before (Part 2)

by Bryant Evans on September 12, 2008

The question of precisely when salvation comes is a tremendously important question. There is much error found in the religious world today on the subject and we are trying to correct those misunderstandings. We have [cref 375 previously discussed] certain comments made by a gentleman who has so far declined to participate in our discussion. […]

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Forgiveness of Sins Comes At Baptism – Not Before (Part 1)

by Bryant Evans on September 10, 2008

Am I saved before or after baptism? The answer points to a deep rift between the teachings of the churches of Christ and most of the denominational world. The Christian would argue that a man must be baptized in order to be saved while the Baptist, Methodist, Episcopalian, Lutheran, etc. would argue that one is […]

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Once Saved, Can I Be Lost?

by Bryant Evans on September 4, 2008

John was taught the truth many years ago and as a young adult he became a Christian. Since then he has begun to wander and now finds himself in a world of sin. As he ponders his condition he takes some comfort in his belief that although he persists in sin now, he was saved […]

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Why Is A Pitch Pipe Acceptable When A Piano Is Not?

by Bryant Evans on August 28, 2008

As we continue our discussion of questions raised by a denominational preacher we next turn to a common question which concerns worship. Our questioner wonders why we demand Biblical authority for all we do in worship but seem to ignore that requirement when it comes to song books, pitch pipes, microphones. He wonders why the […]

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