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Washed By GodThe Story of Baptism

Washed By God

The Story of Baptism

Karl Deenick
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Baptism is a subject which has caused confusion amongst Christians for many years. Jesus included it in his final charge to the disciples. It is clearly important, so why do we spend so much time arguing about it? Baptism is a God–given sign, not to obscure the gospel, but to make it clearer. Karl Deenick explains not only what baptism is, what it isn’t, and who should be baptised, but he follows the threads of symbolic cleansing through both the Old and New Testaments. He explains and exalts the gospel and shows how the Old Testament foreshadows Jesus and how he fulfils the Old Testament.

Karl Deenick

About Karl Deenick

Karl is the coordinator of community and student care and a lecturer in theology at Sydney Missionary and Bible College. Until recently he was serving as a pastor in Launceston, Tasmania. He is the author of Righteous by Promise: A Biblical Theology of Circumcision and Gathered Together: The Beauty of Living as God’s Church.


  • Author: Karl Deenick
  • Release Date: September 2022
  • Pages: 208
  • Format: Large trade paperback
  • Dimensions: 216 x 138
  • ISBN: 9781527108882
  • Imprint: Christian Focus
  • Category: Bible Study > Theology > General


… with a mixture of theological acumen and pastoral sensitivity, he explains how baptism is, ultimately, a sign of the gospel for the entire family of faith. Easily one of the best books about baptism you will ever read!

Michael F. Bird, Academic Dean and Lecturer in Theology, Ridley College, Melbourne, Australia

… opens up fresh angles on baptism, no matter which side of the issue you stand on. But what makes this book particularly valuable is that it not only stimulates rigorous thought about baptism in a very accessible way; it does so opening up wonderfully rich perspectives on the gospel itself – the glorious gospel that baptism points to.

Murray A. Capill, Principal, Reformed Theological College, Victoria, Australia
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