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chrism 1
christ 19
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Quintus Septimius Florens Tertullianus
On Baptism

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christ

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1 1intro| the example of our Jesus Christ, are born in water, nor 2 7 | Whence Aaron is called "Christ," from the "chrism," which 3 8 | other, that, by delineating Christ, they even portended the 4 8 | future benediction into Christ. Then, over our cleansed 5 9 | of Moses. That tree was Christ, restoring, to wit, of Himself, 6 9 | accompanying rock;" for if Christ is "the Rock," without doubt 7 9 | baptism blest by the water in Christ. How mighty is the grace 8 9 | the sight of God and His Christ, for the confirmation of 9 9 | confirmation of baptism! Never is Christ without water: if, that 10 10 | shortly about to follow in Christ: for in that John used to 11 10 | things are not his, but Christ's, by saying, "He who is 12 11 | other exists, except that of Christ subsequently; which at that 13 12 | has put on the garment of Christ's baptism, either the peril 14 12 | others who lack the water of Christ is prejudged, that the prescript 15 12 | were not companions of Christ, but enemies of the faith, 16 14 | himself, in that he said, "For Christ sent me not to baptize;", 17 14 | Stephanas? However, even if Christ had not sent him to baptize, 18 15 | one--that is, the same--Christ. And therefore their baptism 19 18 | have become able to know Christ. Why does the innocent period


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