Within Baptism in the Second Century, who said 'It is not lawful apart from the bishop to either baptize, or to hold a love feast' ?
In the First Century, what was the view on infant baptism?
Accepted by the Roman Empire
No direct evidence, but could have been part of 'household baptisms'
It is extremely immoral to be baptised as their is no meaning behind the commitment to the faith
Who is the immediate antecedent to Christian baptism?
John the Baptist
What formula was used during baptism in the First Century?
They were baptized in the name of Jesus Christ
They were baptised in the name of the Lord Jesus
Baptised in the name of the Father, Son and Holy Spirit