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Baptism, Part 6. The Real Church of Christ Brings Its Children to Jesus

Protestant Church of Christ-ers, The scriptural passages, Repent and be baptized, every one of you (Acts 2:38), Rise and be baptized (Acts 22:16), and He who believes and is baptized will be saved (Mark 22:16) all have specific audiences: candidates … Continue reading

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Baptism, Part 5. More Invalid (and dishonest) CofC Arguments for Immersion-Only Baptisms

Restorationists, I think it is important to address a few of the Protestant Church of Christ’s arguments that provide constructive reinforcement for people who have erroneously accepted any of the preceding four false premises as valid. My intent is not … Continue reading

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Baptism, Part 4. False Premise #4: The Christian Church Has Always Believed That Immersion Is the Only Acceptable Mode for Baptism

Protestant Church of Christ-ers, Your community’s fourth false premise is a common Protestant trait, which is to label any nonconforming example from history as “not true Christianity,” or not pertaining to the invisible “true Church” that exists within a sect’s … Continue reading

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Baptism, Part 1. Introduction & CofC False Premise #1: The Greek Word Implies Mode, Not Rite

Restorationist Christians, The Catholic Church of Christ believes the word “Baptism” represents a specific sacrament, and the Protestant Church of Christ believes the word represents a specific sacrament (so to speak) as well as a specific mode: immersion, and only … Continue reading

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Spiritual Fatherhood, Part 4. Beware of Robes

CofC-ers, The Protestant Church of Christ often objects to the Catholic Church’s use of vestments (robes), and believes that its use of vestments are an indication that it is a body that Christians should “beware of.” This particular objection is … Continue reading

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Spiritual Fatherhood, Part 3. Calling the Pope “Holy Father”

CofC-ers, The Protestant Church of Christ objects to the address of “holy father” for a pope. As already proved, it is perfectly biblical for Christians to call their priests “father”. However, the address “holy” is a word the Protestant Church … Continue reading

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Spiritual Fatherhood, Part 1. The Real Church of Christ Understands It!

Members of the Protestant Churches of Christ, Non-Catholic Christianity is like a shattered mirror; it reflects something that precedes it, it distorts parts of the image of the original object, and it might not reflect parts of the object at … Continue reading

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