DOWN IN THE RIVER TO PRAY

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DOWN IN THE RIVER TO PRAY

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DOWN IN THE RIVER TO PRAY: REVISIONING BAPTISM AS GOD’S TRANSFORMING WORK

BY JOHN MARK HICKS AND GREG TAYLOR

2ND ED. REVISED

ISBN: 9780891126485

Pages: 258

Dimensions (inches): 8.5 x 5.5

Weight (pounds): 0.7

Baptism is more important than you think. But not for the reasons you suppose.

Combining careful Bible study with enlightening historical survey and practical suggestions, this book provides a rich resource for deepening and renewing a central practice of the Christian faith.

"Brilliantly written, Down in the River to Pray is the most significant book on baptism to come out of the Stone-Campbell movement and should have wide influence in the larger Christian world...Every congregation should thoroughly study this biblical, historical, theological, and practical portrait of baptism."—Gary Holloway, Lipscomb University, Nashville, Tennessee

"John Mark Hicks and Greg Taylor have written a valuable book. Tracing baptism from its roots in Israel to the present day, they take a high view of baptism, calling it an 'effectual sign, a sign that actually effects what it symbolizes.'"—Rees Bryant, Florida Christian College, Kissimmee, Florida

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