Should a person be baptised without attending new convert classes?
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Blessings Dear Joan,
My friend and I are having a major difference of opinion. She sees nothing wrong with a baptism service taking place and someone deciding at the spur of the moment that they want to be baptised. I, on the other hand, think something is seriously wrong with that.
How can they be baptised when they don’t even know anything about the path they are embarking on? They have not attended any new convert classes and might not be aware of what it really means to be a Christian before making that public declaration.
If you ask me, I think they do that when they are more interested in adding to the membership count than anything else.
What do you think? L.J. Dear L.J., It does not appear that you have been busy in your Bible or you would have realised that such baptisms are referred to as ‘eunuch’, which no doubt got its expression from the Ethiopian Eunuch who was baptised by Phillip.
It does not take new convert classes to prepare someone for baptism, all it takes is that person realising that they have been living in sin and want to turn from that path. If they acknowledge their sins and ask God for forgiveness, then God is faithful and do just that.
The thief on the cross was not even baptised when Jesus told him, “Today you will be with me in paradise”.
Your comment is out of place about the Church caring more about membership than souls. You need to be a part of the solution instead of someone who stands by and criticises. That is what is wrong with the Church.