Baptism in the Old Testament?

A Christadelphian Video: Description: While baptism is a New Testament practice, it can be viewed from the point of view of occurrences in the Old Testament which lay the basis for what Bible baptism means. Fifteen principles of baptism can be seen in Old Testament events. Christ and the apostles Paul and Peter, directly comment on baptism, making the connection between baptism in their time, and the principle of being “saved by water” in the Old Testament.

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