Baptism-A Biblical Perspective

This week we momentarily step away from the Torah cycle to discuss the topic of baptism. Contrary to what many Believers think, baptism did not begin at the time of Yeshua. It is an ages-old Jewish practice. To uncover its meaning and its great blessing, we need to look to the ancient Jewish understanding of baptism. As we do, we explore two Hebrew words, taval and rachatz, and we take the idea back to its earliest Source in the Word.

Visuals: Baptism-A Biblical Pespective.pdf

Medios Visuales: Bautismo.pdf

Categories Audio, Special Teachings | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , | Posted on April 14, 2019

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1 Comment

  1. by Ruth Brooks

    On April 27, 2019

    Hi Grant so what do you do with verses that seem to talk about public baptism (traditionally a testimony to your change of direction) or group baptism rather than private. Eg John the Baptist, the comission to the disciples to baptize other people.

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