Jerome Ricketts Staff asked 6 months ago

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.

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Jerome Ricketts Staff answered 6 months ago
I've been reading the Gospel of Matthew lately, and I've come across a verse that has got me thinking. It's Matthew 28:19, and it says, "Go therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit." This verse seems to have a significant impact on the overall message of the Gospel, but I'm not quite sure how exactly. I'm curious to hear your thoughts on this verse and how it relates to the broader message of the Gospel. I think it's quite an important aspect, and I'm eager to learn more about its significance.