I was having a conversation with a friend about our beliefs, and the topic of baptism came up. We were discussing different interpretations of the Bible, and I mentioned Matthew 28:19. I wasn't sure how to fully understand this verse, so I asked my friend if they could provide an interpretation. It's interesting because I've heard different views on what this verse means, and it seems to play a significant role in shaping different Christian denominations' practices of baptism. I wanted to get my friend's thoughts to broaden my perspective and see if there was any new insight I could gain from their interpretation. I'm curious to see what they have to say about it, and if it aligns with what I currently believe or if it presents a new perspective to consider.