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WATER BAPTISM AND THE FORGIVENESS OF SINS IN ACTS 2 : 38 by

@inproceedings{Compton2004WATERBA,
  title={WATER BAPTISM AND THE FORGIVENESS OF SINS IN ACTS 2 : 38 by},
  author={R. Compton},
  year={2004}
}
1Pevtro" de; pro;" aujtouv", Metanohvsate, [fhsivn,] kai; baptisqhvtw e{kasto" uJmw'n ejpi; tw'/ ojnovmati ’Ihsou' Cristou' eij" a[fesin tw'n aJmartiw'n uJmw'n kai; lhvmyesqe th;n dwrea;n tou' aJgivou pneuvmato". All translations are the author's own, unless otherwise noted. There are a few minor textual questions with this verse, none of which impacts significantly the debate on its interpretation. See Bruce M. Metzger, A Textual Commentary on the Greek New Testament, 2nd ed. (New York: The… Expand

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Bultmann notes Faith accepts the existence of Christ and its significance for the believer. It rests on the message, but as faith in the message it is faith in the person whom the message mediates
  • Bultmann notes Faith accepts the existence of Christ and its significance for the believer. It rests on the message, but as faith in the message it is faith in the person whom the message mediates
Peter's words, when properly interpreted, do not argue to the contrary
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