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Fellowship Bible Church- do they “really” believe that infants who die of SIDS before baptism all go to hell?

Question by Dorothy K.: Fellowship Bible Church- do they “really” believe that infants who die of SIDS before baptism all go to hell?
O. K. Here is the deal, I am trying to get back into Christianity and was looking for a church to attend and my neighbor (I live in an apartment building) asked me to go to Fellowship Bible Church with her for this coming Sunday. I haven’t yet agreed to go; haven’t disagreed either, but today she wanted to get me caught up in bible study, so I went to her house and we read the first 3 chapters in the book of John. Her husband said that he was baptized as a baby and he felt that was good and that he didn’t need to be baptized again. I just kept an open mind; not really sure what to think. I too, was baptized in Lutheran Church as a baby and was confirmed at 14. Well, his wife said that infant baptism does not count because you are not aware of the significance of this choice. Again, I just kept an open mind and closed mouth. Well, then I couldn’t stand it anymore so I asked, “What happens to babies that die suddenly and were not yet baptized?”
Her response was that the “elders” of the church taught her that they definitely go to hell, because they haven’t repented for original sin. She said that miscarriages are the same way- that potential life goes to hell and aborted babies go to hell too.

I DO NOT AGREE WITH THIS!

Now I’m just wondering if that is even what Fellowship Bible Church even teaches.

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your neighbor has issues in her life that she needs to deal with.

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Roman Photo Frame with Cross Dangle Charm For Communion or Baptism

Roman Photo Frame with Cross Dangle Charm For Communion or Baptism

  • Message: Love the Lord your God, let Him put joy in your heart
  • Size: 6.25″ high by 7″ wide
  • Photo opening is 3.5″ by 5″
  • Gift box

This elegant frame is the perfect way to display a photo of your child on his or her day of baptism or communion. You will love the scroll work at the bottom of the frame as well as the heart cut out that contains a silvery cross charm. This frame measures 6.25″ high by 7″ wide. Photo opening is 3.5″ by 5″. The message is Love the Lord your God, let Him put joy in your heart.

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Price: $ 13.27

Baptism Celebration @ Immaculate Conception Church NYC Best Event Video Photo Services

Baptism Celebration @ Immaculate Conception Church NYC Best Event Video Photo Services. The video was recorded by the videographer of Forever Video. For more video and photo samples, packages,…
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THE HERESY OF THE UNITED PENTECOSTAL CHURCH – A MAN-MADE “SPEAKING IN TONGUES & BAPTISM” CULT

Many Oneness Pentecostals believe that Christians must receive the gift of tongues, or glossolalia, in order to be saved. It should be pointed out that such Oneness Pentecostals do not believe that the gift of tongues in itself will save individuals; however, any individual who has received the Holy Spirit, and thus will be saved, will also receive and exhibit the gift of tongues. Larry Wessels, director of Christian Answers of Austin, Texas/ Christian Debater (YouTube channel CANSWERSTV; see our playlist “Dealing with Anti Trinitarians (UPC)” at www.youtube.com websites: www.BIBLEQUERY.ORG, http & www.MUSLIMHOPE.COM) presents another broadcast of his radio program “Christian Answers Live!” usually hosted by Lee Meckley but in this case Bob L. Ross. The special guests for this broadcast are Bob L. Ross, director of Pilgrim Publications (website www.PilgrimPublications.com – one of the world’s leading publishers of the works of Charles Haddon Spurgeon) & author of the book, “The Trinity & the Eternal Sonship of Christ” & Mark McNeil, former valedictorian of the Texas Bible College which is operated by the United Pentecostal Church & who is the author of the pamphlets, “An Evaluation of the Oneness Pentecostal Movement” & “Is Speaking with Tongues the Initial Evidence of the Spirit Baptism?” The founding date of the Oneness Pentecostal movement can be traced to a specific event a revival meeting in Los Angeles on April 15, 1913. The culmination of the meeting occurred when
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The Presbyterian Doctrine of Children in the Covenant: An Historical Study of the Significance of Infant Baptism in the Presbyterian Church

The Presbyterian Doctrine of Children in the Covenant: An Historical Study of the Significance of Infant Baptism in the Presbyterian Church

This classic treatment of infant baptism, first published in 1940, rearticulates the historic Presbyterian view. With many Presbyterians neglecting infant baptism or emptying it of meaning, Lewis Bevens Schenck makes a compelling case for the doctrine of children in the covenant.

The author also identifies factors in the church’s history that have affected this doctrine, reveals that a divergent conception of this doctrine has surfaced, and demonstrates that this conception involves a different idea of the church, the covenant, and children’s place in the covenant.

Frank A. James III, professor of historical theology at Reformed Theological Seminary in Orlando, has contributed an introduction to this reprint edition. The book was originally published by Yale University Press.

“We heartily recommend this splendid work. Dr. Schenck has rendered us a great service. . . . We hope that through it the Presbyterian Churches may once more acquire a true insight into the real meaning of the covenant and into the significance of infant baptism.”—Louis Berkhof (1940)

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