The Bible Proves Baptismal Regeneration – Playlist
September 21, 2009
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Even though they practice baptism, most Protestants do not believe that baptism spiritually regenerates They hold that its a sign of a conversion or a spiritual rebirth that already happened when one accepted Jesus as the Savior This audio shows how they contradict the clear teaching of Jesus and the Bible on baptism and what it means to be born again The biblical proof for baptismal regeneration is one of the easiest ways of demonstrating that Protestantism is not biblical Christianity This audio covers many verses; it addresses objections (such as from Ephesians 2:8-9); it covers a well-known Protestants pathetic attempt to respond to the proof for baptismal regeneration in Acts 2:37-38, and much more

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