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Peter And The Name Of Jesus - Article
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Henry Morris, Ph.D. - under heaven given among men, whereby we must be saved" (Acts 4:12). This is the climactic declaration ending Peter’s three great messages in the early chapters of Acts (2:14–36; 3:12–26; 4:8–12). On the previous...
Acts 2:38
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... Peter said unto them, Repent, and be baptized every one of you in the name of Jesus Christ for the remission of sins, and ye shall receive the gift of the Holy...
Acts 3:19: times of refreshing - Study Note
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times of refreshing. The “times of refreshing” in Acts 3:19, beginning with the first coming of Christ, are a foreshadowing of the “times of restitution” in Acts 3:21, at His second coming. The Greek word for...
Acts 19:3: John’s baptism - Study Note
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... until Aquila and Priscilla gave him further instruction (Acts 18:25-26) needed to be rebaptized. The same was true of the twelve apostles. Presumably the difference was that the Ephesian disciples had been baptized by one or more of...
The Resurrection Of Christ
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... of the early church is quickly seen by scanning the book of Acts. (Note: Acts 2:22-36; 3:13-18; 4:10-12, 33; 5:29-32; 10:37-43; 13:27-37; 17:23, 30-32; 23:6; 24:14-16; 25:19; 26:68, 22-23; etc.) Similarly in the epistles, the resurrection is...
Matthew 3:8: fruits meet for repentance - Study Note
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... Peter’s exhortation after Pentecost was very similar (Acts 2:38). In both cases, true repentance, as well as faith in God and His promises, are assumed as conditions for forgiveness of sins. Without these, the baptism was...
Mark 16:16: shall be saved - Study Note
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... immediately upon true repentance and faith in Christ (e.g., Acts 2:38,41). Nevertheless, it is faith in Christ that saves, not faith plus baptism. As this verse says, “he that believeth not”—not he that is not baptized—is...
Acts 2:38: remission of sins - Study Note
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... remission of sins. Peter’s message was climaxed with essentially the same exhortation as preached by John the Baptist—“the baptism of repentance for the remission of sins” (e.g., Luke 3:3). The difference is that...
Isaiah 1:1: Isaiah - Study Note
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... for example, Matthew 3:3; 12:17,18; Luke 3:4; John 12:38-41; Acts 8:28-34; Romans 10:16,20; and others. Jesus says that Isaiah wrote the prophecy in both Isaiah 6:9,10 (quoted in Matthew 13:14,15) and Isaiah 53:4 (quoted in Matthew 8:17), as well...
Star Witness - Article
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Henry Morris, Ph.D. - ... this article: Morris, H. M. 1985. Star Witness. Acts & Facts. 14...
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