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Baptism a Biblical Study [Paperback]

By Jack Cottrell (Author)
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Pages   171
Est. Packaging Dimensions:   Length: 8.88" Width: 6.34" Height: 0.44"
Weight:   0.66 lbs.
Binding  Softcover
Release Date   Oct 1, 1989
Publisher   College Press Publishing Company, Inc.
ISBN  0899003419  
EAN  9780899003412  

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A thorough and landmark study, this book should be in the library of every serious Bible student.

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Chad Brand is associate professor of Christian theology at Boyce College of the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary in Louisville, Kentucky.

Jack W. Cottrell currently resides in the state of Ohio.

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An awesome resource  Dec 15, 2006
Aside from the matter of salvation read this because..

Jesus prayed for the church not to divid, yet we divided. The topic of baptism is one of the strongest dividing lines amongst those who profess Christianity. If the church is ever going to be united as a whole body working in unison its going to take people willing to study subjects like baptism and sit down and debate until there is an accord.

Despite what you may have been taught about baptism, despite whether or not your loved one died with out baptism, despite what all your church and friends believe about baptism, there is a black and white truth to baptism. The Bible is very clear on the subject, yet there is division.

The truth is its a matter of life and death. And after reading this book, it walks you through the logic, the facts, the history and the word itself and at the end you will see baptism the way it clearly is painted in the word. Its not needed to be read, but it takes the subject as a whole from the the Bible and puts all the peices together in one writting. So read this if not for yourself, but to help others and unify the those who profess christ.

I believe its essential. Any argument against youve heard will not stand up to truth. go to bebaptized. org and if that ignites you, read this book too.
A very provocative work  Nov 3, 2006
Even as someone from the reformed perspective, I found myself in substantial agreement with Dr. Cottrell's exegetical and theological conclusions that baptism actually confers the very blessings that those in the evangelical community, as well as many in the modern reformed community, believe it merely symbolizes (i.e. the remission of sins and the gift of the Holy Spirit). His argument that baptism as a condition of salvation doesn't violate the doctrine of justification by grace alone since baptism is really a work of God and not a work of man, is very similar to the arguments of Luther on this issue and is not at all incompatible with the theology of the reformation. However, I didn't find his arguments and conclusions that the efficacy of baptism is exclusively tied to the exact moment it is administered to be a necessary inference from the biblical texts. Overall, this book is a much needed wake up call to the evangelical and Reformed communities to reexamine their presuppositions regarding the meaning and importance of baptism and the biblical teaching regarding its place in the salvation process of the elect.
Thorough, Scholarly, Objective  Jun 18, 2006
Cottrell is painstakingly thorough, yet his writing is well-organized and clear. You feel as if you've considered the subject from every possible angle. The result is a deeper understanding of God's amazing grace. Cottrell's scholarship uncovers meanings that even avid Bible students might have missed. And they all point to the magnificence of God's work.

Cottrell's approach is what makes this book so helpful. It's even-handed, an objective search for what the New Testament writers--and God--intended for their audiences to hear. Every seeker of truth should read this book.
Baptism 101  Jul 23, 2005
Jack Cottrell tackles the subject of Baptism with an understanding that the reader will also be a seeker. Because of that, he approaches the subject with such enormous grace to keep the reader engaged all the way through. No one who reads this book will be disappointed, nor will they be offended by the way he handles the subject matter. I look forward to reading more of his books.
Agree or Disagree... Still a Great Read  Sep 14, 2004
Whether you believe as Cottrell does about baptism or not you can't help but to enjoy reading this book on the subject. The book is written in a style that any serious Bible student will enjoy and benefit from. Just the way that Cottrell explains salvation is worth reading the book for. This book will challenge any believer concerning their view on baptism and it's place in the Christian experience. I also must say that this book, unlike so many, does not defend the position so much as it explains it and that is refreshing. Read it whether you are in the Church of Christ or not. If not, and you read this book, you will respect what they believe even if you have an issue with this doctrine.

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