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    • This is something you should discuss with the pastor of your new church. Many years ago, I met a lady who had been raised a Catholic (and had thus been christened/baptised as a baby), then became a JW (and was baptised as a JW), and later became a Christian (and was baptised again, by immersion). She had been 'baptised' three times! Because JWs do not believe in the Trinity, I don't think that genuine churches would consider their baptism to be a valid Christian baptism.
    • Based on Marcus logic there is onlyone plave in scripture that the word baptized for the dead,"  is found   but in 1 Corinthians 15:29, Paul writes: "Now if there is no resurrection, what will those do who are baptized for the dead? If the dead are not raised at all, why are people baptized for them?" (NIV).    We can go baptize the dead.....    
    • DiD you not understand this The purpose of the text is to  deceived the inhabitants of the earth. Rev 13:14 This was warned in scripture  For false messiahs and false prophets will appear and perform great signs and wonders to deceive, if possible, even the elect.   Check mate. The words do not have to be exactly to the T. The events that occur in Rev 13 :15 fits signs and wonders to deceive the elect....because that is the whole point of this image that christ warns us about .          
    • I have nothing to apologize for. You do not go and invent whatever the hell you feel like out of scripture and then go on a blatant attack on scriptual rules in order to keep some false doctrine where scripture makes no mentions ANYWHERE of some antichrist cutting a covenant with many.  Even Christ needed three witnesses to establish he is the messiah - the law, prophets and psalms. Of cause not for you, thats why you can invent what ever you want. Youre absolutely correct again Christ is not the promised seed....and Christ and abrahamic covenant are completely seperated from one another.....since we dont apply out the mouth if two or three witnesses....we can invent what we want.
    • I was born and raised a Jehovah's Witness before I found the strength to run away from that. I refuse to call it what I once did and that is a cult. I will leave it to others to describe what it is to them. My mother is still a JW and I don't feel right in calling something sh believes such a name, because I think that might jeopardize my relationship with Jesus, because I am to honor her and I will.. Well, when I was still too young to understand what I was doing I asked to be baptized into that religion and did so because I thought  that the adults wanted me to, so I did. I was wondering if that baptism is valid in the eyes of God because I wasn't baptized because I wanted to give my life to God. I wanted for the adults to be proud of me.? Does that baptism into the JW binding to the JW's or to God?  If it does bind me to the JW, is there anyways I can remove it from the JW's and attach it the the s=Southern Baptists or will I need to get baptized again in maybe the Baptists?  
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