In Latinthe corresponding word is Missa, taken from the dismissal at the end of the liturgy - "Ite, Missa est", literally "Go, it is the dismissal", translated idiomatically in the current English Roman Missal as "Go forth, the Mass is ended. Anglicans often use the Roman Catholic term mass, or simply Holy Eucharist. Lutherans retained and utilized much of the Roman Catholic mass since the early modifications by Martin Luther.
He says that from the day of Pentecost onward, baptism was administered only in the name of Jesus.
Would you comment on this? The gentleman obviously is under the impression that there is a particular word-formula that must be recited when the rite of baptism is being administered. This misconception is at the heart of the error he espouses. We offer the following observations regarding this matter.
Did the apostles obey him? One must assume they did. If they did obey him, when did they do so? There is no evidence at all supporting the view that the Commission, as framed by Matthew, was temporary in nature.
Not a Word Formula No passage in the New Testament that mentions baptizing into the name of the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit or into Christ or in his name has reference to what is being said at the time of the immersion.
Each text depicts what is being done with slightly different emphases depending upon the grammatical construction. There is no allusion whatever to a word formula that is required in order to validate the immersion. Different Language It is very obvious that there is no precise phraseology associated with baptism, even in terms of what is being done.
The texts relating to this matter are varied in the original language. If one assumes that the New Testament is inspired of God and is without contradiction, then each of these texts is correct.
They are not in conflict but simply are discussing the relationship of baptism to the divine Godhead from slightly different angles. The issue has been well summarized by Harold Mare and Hobart Freeman.
The meaning of baptism in the name of Jesus varies slightly according to the Greek preposition used. Three passages use eis Mt. A study of these verses along with the verb baptizo and eis in 1 Cor. Again, though, it must be stressed that this does not refer to any spoken word-formula, but rather emphasizes the aim or goal of the baptism.
Mare, Harold and Freeman, Hobart. Scripture References Matthew The following is an excerpt from article DB by H. Wayne House. The full PDF can be viewed by following the link below the excerpt. The Christian church today is divided between Christians who believe that baptism is necessary for salvation and those who view it only as an ordinance symbolizing the inward work of [ ].
Baptism, as the initial rite, took the place of circumcision in Judaism in which this ancient and primitive custom was the covenant sign and a legal injunction rather than a sacramental ordinance.
Baptism al immersion in water was practiced in Judaism for some time before.
Christian baptism is an act of obedience to the Lord after salvation; although baptism is closely associated with salvation, it is not a requirement to be saved. The Bible shows in many places that the order of events is 1) a person believes in the Lord Jesus and 2) he is baptized.
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Baptism (from the Greek noun βάπτισμα baptisma; see below) is a Christian sacrament of admission and adoption, almost invariably with the use of water, into Christianity.
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The canonical Gospels report that Jesus was baptized. Baptism has been called a holy sacrament and an ordinance of Jesus Christ.
In some denominations, baptism is also called christening, but for others the word.