New Testament writer naive?

  1. Leave it to a theologian to call a New Testament writer naive. Yup, he did. And you thought theology was a good thing. It sits in judgment on the Sacred Text.

  2. So why do New Testament authors mention baptism to those who have already been baptized? Paul in Romans 6 is rather obvious. But in 1 Peter 3.21-22?

  3. If you have to hide it, you ought to doubt it.

  4. People coming to visit before my live online class tonight. I get nervous when commitments get crowded.

  5. Not only is it instructive to study what baptism is, but also what it is not (but what many think it is).

  6. An original verse: In hardened hearts the darkness rules; / Men without God are naught but fools.

  7. A Bible verse: “They are darkened in their understanding, being alienated from the life of God because of the ignorance that is in them due to the hardness of their hearts” Ephesians 4.18 NET.

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