Delitzsch Hebrew Gospels

Baptism as Jewish Immersion[25]


Baptism is one of the most prominent symbols of Christianity, but its origins in the Gospels are found in the Jewish practice of ritual immersion. Learn how the Delitzch Hebrew Gospels preserves a sense of the natural Jewish environment through its use of Jewish rather than Christian terminology.

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