N.T. Wright on the meaning of baptism

From the Seedbed vault circa 2007. Renowned Author and speaker N.T. Wright sits down with Maxie Dunnam, Ben Witherington III and J.D. Walt to talk about his view on baptism. In the final installment of this four part series, Wright lays out a narrative of baptism starting in Exodus and weaving it into Romans. He explains how the act of baptism is rooted in Exodus, which creates a depth in understanding.

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  • Evelyn

    Hugely helpful, thank you for sharing that Kurt :)

  • http://www.edrinwilliams.com/ edrinwilliams.com

    The last thought pertaining to what baptism signifies, especially in Non-western cultures was tremendously meaningful and accurate, in my opinion. Thanks for sharing!


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