One Baptism! (an attempt to explain the “Baptism of the Holy Spirit”, misrepresented by Charismatics)

I find myself in a very awkward position to write about this but thanks to the Charismatics who bear the name of Christ, I find the need to explain the so called Baptism of the Holy Spirit. Mat 21 24 But Jesus answered and said to them, “I also will ask you one thing, whichContinue reading “One Baptism! (an attempt to explain the “Baptism of the Holy Spirit”, misrepresented by Charismatics)”

Baptism… its Godly essence!

Attended mass today at a Roman Catholic Church & must say I was impressed to hear some sound Biblical preaching… which is always welcome among those Catholics/Christians, who are not embarrassed of the Gospel for its incapacity to please people’s love for sin. The Priest sought to explain why Jesus was baptized though He is/wasContinue reading “Baptism… its Godly essence!”

Ceremonial Law | Moral Law | Judicial Law

It is noticed with most believing Christians that they choose to abandon critical elements of the Christian faith just because other people groups have come to use these more than we Christians ourselves, so most Christian fear that to follow such ways though Biblical is not becoming of today’s believer. A few of examples ofContinue reading “Ceremonial Law | Moral Law | Judicial Law”

The Righteousness of Christ!

It was once implied to me in a conversation that Adam fell because he was innocent and knew nothing of sin. Well, such is the view of many Antinomians, who fail to see the extent to which reprobate man has fallen short of the glory of God. The thing is, when there is a natureContinue reading “The Righteousness of Christ!”

Baptism and Covenant Theology

  There are many arguments when it comes to the topic of Baptism but here is some common ground: Baptism is symbolic to that in which a believer dies in his flesh and rises that he may receive the salvation of Christ. Romans 64 Therefore we have been buried with Him through baptism into death,Continue reading “Baptism and Covenant Theology”