Jesus said, "So you must go and make disciples of all nations. Baptize them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit." Matt. 28:19 (New International Reader's Version)
Why did Jesus command his disciples to baptize as they went out into the world? What is the point of baptism?
Baptism is important for all Christians who wish to follow Christ's teachings. This Baptism Comparison pamphlet is a quick, clear summary of the biblical teachings on baptism and compares methods practiced by Christians around the world. 14 panels, fits inside most Bibles, 8.5 x 5.5 inches, unfolds to 38 inches long
In the Baptism Comparison pamphlet, you will learn:
How baptism is a symbol that points to Christ's death and resurrection
Why some Christian groups baptize infants and others baptize believers who can verbalize their faith
Does baptism mean that a person has "automatic" salvation?
Baptism Comparison includes topics such as:
Why be baptized? (Jesus' teaching and other Bible passages)
What does baptism mean?
What happens during a baptism?
How do I prepare to be baptized?
Why do some Christians practice believer's baptism only? (Includes Bible passages used to support this view.)
Why do some Christians perform infant baptism? (Includes Bible passages used to support this view.)
Baptism Comparison is a excellent resource for confirmation classes, new believers, parents of youngsters or teenagers, or anyone who has has ever wondered about Christian Baptism.