FAQ’s

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Does baptism save us?

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The two ordinances taught in the Bible are Communion and Baptism. There are no additional ordinances required. Once you place your faith in Jesus Christ and receive Him as your Saviour, then you should get baptized as soon as possible, and then take communion with the group of Christians that taught you about Jesus.

Infant baptism is not necessary and is an initiation process into the Catholic Church. Children are saved if they die anyways according to Bible teachings. Jesus is a good God and will not allow babies to go to hell just because they were not baptized.

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Are Catholics Christians?

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Belief in the Bible, and being followers of what the Bible says is what makes us followers of Jesus Christ. Catholics do not believe the Bible, they place their faith in the Pope and what he says and therefore are not true followers of Jesus Christ. The Bible states clearly that we are not to receive any other doctrine that what is in the Bible, and by placing your faith and trust in any other doctrine or belief will cause you to be guilty by association before Jesus on the day of judgment. By associating yourself with a church that does not follow the Bible this verse below says you will be guilty of their sins along with them because you believed their doctrines.

2 John 10-11

10 If there come any unto you, and bring not this doctrine, receive him not into your house, neither bid him God speed: 11 For he that biddeth him God speed is partaker of his evil deeds.

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How can I ensure that I will go to heaven when I die?

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Acts 16:31 KJV "And they said, Believe on the Lord Jesus Christ, and thou shalt be saved, and thy house."

Belief in Jesus Christ saves us, not works or how good we are!

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