Scottsbluff Church of Christ
To Faithfully Walk in God's Ways
Acts 19
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  • 1919 Ave N Scottsbluff, NE 69361
    1919 Avenue N, Scottsbluff, NE 69361, USA
    Sunday 10:30 AM
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To Faithfully Walk in God's Ways
(Acts 19)

A Study of Re-Baptism
God's Way Further Explained
(Acts 19:1-10)

Pauls' Question:
A strange one
No miracles?
Apollos:
God's Way Further Explained
(Acts 19:1-10)

Paul's Explanation:
John's Baptism:
For Repentance and forgiveness
available to all who were seeking repentance

God's Way Further Explained
(Acts 19:1-10)

Paul's Explanation:
Johns' Baptism:
Prepared them for the coming Kingdom (Matthew 3:11)
God's Way Further Explained
(Acts 19:1-10)

Paul's Explanation:
Jesus' Baptism:
For forgiveness
Available to all who repent and believe in Jesus as the son of God (Acts 2:38)
God's Way Further Explained
(Acts 19:1-10)

Paul's Response:
Immersed into the name of Jesus
Indwelling Holy Spirit
Paul lays hands on them imparting the miraculous gifts
God's Way Further Explained
(Acts 19:1-10)

No Re-Baptism
Nowhere stated or implied
God's Way Further Explained
(Acts 19:1-10)

Paul's Frustration:
Synagogue
Response
God's Way Cannot Be Imitated
(Acts 19:11-20)

The Way of God:
Healing Ability
God's Way Cannot Be Imitated
(Acts 19:11-20)

The Way of God:
Attempted
Imitation
God's Way Cannot Be Imitated
(Acts 19:11-20)

The Way of God:
Superior
God's Way Cannot Be Imitated
(Acts 19:11-20)

The Way of God Still:
Produces Results
Parodied
God's Way Cannot Be Imitated
(Acts 19:11-20)

The Way of God Still:
Superior to Any Other Teaching
God's Way is a Peaceful One
(Acts 19:21-41)

The Desire for Rome
The Defense for Diana
The Dismissal of Demetrius
Baptism

Baptizo- To dip, plunge, immerse

The only method of baptizing in the NT was immersion.
The only ones baptized were those old enough to believe
Baptism

"Infant Baptism" was first introduced in the third century
Introduced by the catholic church
Practiced by most denominations