Is Baptism a Means of Salvation?

Episode 413 Show Notes 

From the Show

Baptism is the sign and seal of God's promise to deliver us from sin and death. It is a promise. It is a visible seal, God's visible signature, his autograph as you will, his signature that he will give new life, impart new life, that he will justify and sanctify, that he will preserve those who are baptized in faith.

—Michael Horton

Questions in this Episode

1. Why do you guys encourage people to remember their baptism as a response to doubting their salvation, if we are not saved by baptism but through faith in Christ?

2. Hey guys, is Hebrews 12:14 talking about imputed righteousness, or something else? Thanks.

3. In Matthew 5:44 Jesus says that we should love our enemies. Does Jesus really want us to love people who hate us?

Resources

The Message of Acts in the History of Redemption by Dennis Johnson

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