- Oct 13, 2017
No.....immersion is the first act of obedience, it is the public testimony of your faith, it is a picture or painting of what has been accomplished inwardly..I.E. by faith you have died with Christ, been buried with Christ and are risen a new creation in Christ Jesus.......it is an answer of a good conscience toward God....it does not help save you, keep you saved, top off salvation, embellish or finish salvation.........!!
There are three modes (or methods) of water baptism used in Christian churches today:
1. immersion (in which the person is completely submerged - dunking)
2. affusion (that is, pouring),
3. aspersion (sprinkling).
Accept the fact that many gospel preaching denominations disagree with yoy!!