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Rebaptism Impossible! [Excerpt] – Acts 19: 1-7

Thus, the approximately twelve non-trinitarians who arrived in Ephesus — though previously washed with water by their fellow unitarians — had never even heard whether there is a Holy Spirit.   That they learned — only after they first met Paul, when he too subsequently arrived in Ephesus.  Consequently, they then apparently still needed to receive Biblical baptism — for the very first time.

It seems this occurred after Paul had first preached the triune gospel to them.   For only thereafter, apparently, did he give any of them Christian baptism.86

God Himself really does seem to have given us, elsewhere, a vital — and indeed an inspired — comment on this “Ephesian” passage Acts 19:1-5.   As the Holy Spirit, through Paul himself, later declared — and precisely when writing specifically to the Ephesians — there can be but only “one baptism.”

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