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    What the Bible Says About Baptism

    Some of you may already be aware of my two categorized scripture lists available from Monergism Books: What the Bible Says About the Doctrines of Grace and What the Bible Says About the People of God. Well, I just completed another such list, laying out the various scripture passages touching upon baptism -- what it means, what it does, to whom it should be performed, etc. You can read the list here:

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    Posted by Nathan on September 2, 2009 01:30 PM

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    Greetings!

    I enjoyed reading your work on the doctrines of grace and the people of God. I'm sure I'll enjoy this one as well. Thanks for making this available.

    Blessings from the Philippines,
    Albert

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