Luke Harriman returns to the topic of baptism and addresses the most divisive aspect of the doctrine: the question of infant baptism versus believer baptism. After considering a strong argument in support of baptizing infants, Brother Luke defends the practice of only baptizing those who are able to confess their faith in Jesus Christ for salvation. He concludes with the example of Naaman being cured of his leprosy, which has beautiful implications for the practice of baptism.
Scripture passages: Col 2:8–15; 2Kings 5