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The Nicene Creed: “one baptism for the remission of sins.”

Posted by on Jul 19, 2016 | 3 comments

**This post is part of a series reflecting on the Nicene Creed** << Previous post View series “We acknowledge one baptism for the remission of sins.” I do not remember my baptism, and because regular church attendance was not an essential part of my childhood, it was not until I was 20 that I became concerned with the event. Upon returning to the faith when I was 18, I considered being rebaptized. The evangelicals I spent time with did not seem to care either way. Reflecting on that time of questioning, I suppose I felt like I was missing out on an essential Christian experience—a sort of profound experience that I could easily say was the moment I encountered the divine. I did not know at the time how profound my baptism really was. Paul states that to be baptized is to be buried and raised with Christ (Col 2:12, Rom 6). The cross is the lens from which...