At 02:11 PM 10/6/98 -0400, you wrote:
> This is pure linguistics. Greek BAPTIZO and Hebrew T'VILLA literally MEAN
> "immersion" we will use the word "immersion" because it literally
> translates the text and does not have the theological baggage that
> "baptize" does.
I may get back to you about the meaning of BAPTIZO and T'VILLA later. At the moment, I only wish to suggest that the word "immersion" carries it's own theological baggage and is nowhere near being theologically neutral.
Just my oppinion, of course.
Craig R. Harmon
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