Baptism and Ephesians 4:4

Catholics actually baptize babies by pouring water on their head and again without scriptural support for the package. They are ever so good at that. If I were to ask you who would you prefer to be baptized by? A priest or the Triune Godhead?I thought that the blood of Christ forgave all sins? Maybe we should pour away the Catholic answer before they have a chance to purger themselves?Oh, Ephesians 4:4 refers to the baptism of the Holy Spirit. Was the thief on the cross baptized with water? Catholic theology is so messed up because parts of it are found in the Bible, parts of it through tradition, and the rest of it in the Catechism. And they aren’t alone for the Mormons add in the baptism for the dead which I’m surprised the Catholics didn’t grab first! That would have been the perfect add on to purgatory. All these modes are by human administration. Why not expect the perfect baptism by the Triune God instead? 

4 thoughts on “Baptism and Ephesians 4:4”

  1. According to you the Triune God should baptize? Jesus said to..His apostles, “Go, therefore and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit.”(Matt.28:19) According the Jesus Christ..His Apostles should baptize. And those bad Catholics baptize babies? Maybe..that is because you must be baptized to enter Heaven. What about a baby who dies? We want them in Heaven too. But we will stop if you can show us where in the bible it says that you can not baptize babies! Chapter and verse please.


    1. Jesus told the thief on the cross he would be in Paradise with him and he wasn’t baptized. Where in the Bible are babies baptized by luring. Davi said about his dead son, even though his son can’t return to him, that he’d one day see him again. The fate of babies when pn they die is heaven.


      1. So..I was right. You could not find any Chapter and Verse in the bible that says babies can not be baptized.

        You made a good point about the good thief. But..the bible does not directly answer this problem one way or another. The closest Chapter and Verse that I found was in Acts 16:15 which says..”After she and her HOUSEHOLD had been baptized..” And again in Acts 16:33 which says..”He and ALL his family were baptized..” NO exceptions are mentioned in either verse. They do not say that any babies were OR were not baptized. likely is it that both of these families had no young children?
        But I and the Catholic Church hopes/thinks that you are right and God grants Heaven to unbaptized babies.


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