The Roman Catholic Church and Its Recognition of the Validity of Baptism in the Name of Jesus (Acts 2: 38) from 100 A.D. to 500 A.D.

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The patristic period saw the shift towards baptism in the trinitarian form, being a later liturgical development, the original form being in the name of Jesus Christ (Acts 2:38). It is granted that documentary evidence has been preserved quite remarkably from the patristic period to at least the fifth century that shows and demonstrates the recognition of baptism in the name of Jesus by the Roman Catholic Church. To such an extent that even the Roman Catholic Church has noted the validity of baptism in the name of Jesus in ...

The Roman Catholic Church and Its Recognition of the Validity of Baptism in the Name of Jesus (Acts 2: 38) from 100 A.D. to 500 A.D. 2011, Authorhouse, Bloomington IN

ISBN-13: 9781463429065

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