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All of the ladies, or many of the ladies that he possibly could have married were not available then, they were already married, maybe, somewhere.
So he looked in a different direction and always with the [permission of the] parents of younger ladies. Kayla, was a younger woman,” Benham said on WAPI 99.5 FM Monday evening.
In Acts ff they believed and as a result were saved, filled with the Holy Spirit and therefore baptized. 1:3 also speaks of salvation by the work of the Holy Spirit.
If Baptism also saves, it must not save adults since an adult would not say I do not believe but I want to be baptized to get the faith to believe.
Usage: Congregational use of FAQs does not require permission of The Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod. Terms the Bible uses to talk about the beginning of faith include “conversion” and “regeneration.” Although we do not claim to understand fully how this happens, we believe that when an infant is baptized God creates faith in the heart of that infant.
And if they do only speak of babies who do not have the capacity to believe, why don't these verses say so.
And he went on to argue there was nothing wrong with Moore dating a girl as young as 14 with her parents’ permission — though he balked when the radio hosts asked him if he felt the same way about a 10-year-old.
Benham’s interview was first noticed nationally by the liberal media watchdog group Right Wing Watch.
First, as you have implied in your letter, it seems important to note that while Baptism is God's gracious means of conveying to human beings His saving grace revealed to us in Jesus Christ our Savior, it is not the only means. 6:4, “We were buried therefore with him by [Greek: the instrumental dia] baptism...”).
On the basis of the Scriptures we teach that the spoken Word of the Gospel (Rom. Adults who hear the spoken Word and believe eagerly seek to be baptized, not because it is a human rite symbolic of one's commitment or something to that effect, but because of what God promises in and through Baptism.
Mark implies that it is not the absence of Baptism that condemns a person but the absence of faith, and there are clearly other ways of coming to faith by the power of the Holy Spirit (reading or hearing the Word of God).