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    • The first century Didache specified running water such as a river, or a pool if there was no access to a river.  Pouring water over a person was permissible only where there was no access to fresh running water or pools which would be stagnant. Wrong! The Didache states a preferred place for ceremonial cleansing. Note that the only mode the Didache states of this cleansing is pouring. No other mode is in the instructions.
    • Immersion was definitely the first century biblical  practice and the method of choice. So, does your Church baptize people publically fully naked? The Early Church you appeal to did. they also baptized infants.
    • the word baptize mean “to dip or immerse,” but are you talking about the same thing? The Classical Greek bapto means to tinge, dye, dip, immerse. baptidzo, the word in the New Testament, means to cleanse of purify by washing, or in the case of the New Testament, a ceremonial washing; baptism. While the word can include immerse as a meaning, the context determines what it means.  It's meaning is ceremonial cleansing. It either is translated "immerse' or "ceremonial cleaning," and cannot be both just by the alternate definition. No real translation of the Bible convolutes the action with the mode of cleansing.  For an example: Acts 2:38, "Repent and be baptized every one of you ..." Your argument: Always immerse. "Repent and be immersed every one of you.." immersed? into what? The term has no water in it! Or, as the translators rightly stated, "Repent and be baptized..." Christian ceremonial washing. The term has a meaning in its context, it cannot include anything and everything you want to make it mean. Since the cleansing  (baptidzo, baptisma,) is the idea of washing/cleansing, it does not dictate how that cleaning is performed.  
    • Our unity lies in our all being born again of the Spirit; all true believers are thus sealed by the Holy Spirit as the guarantee of our inheritance in Christ.   Eph. 1:13   As people in any family have disagreements, so do we.  But they should not destroy the abiding love we have for each other.  Were we to be attacked, we would come together as one and defend each other because we love each other in Christ.  The thing we hold in common is our love for God and for His word recorded the Bible.  We are part of Christ's body, and the hand should not say to the foot, I have no need of you.  We all need each other, and we recognize that Christ loves each of us so much that He died for us.  
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