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Christian baptism by immersion is chosen by individuals for various reasons, often rooted in theological beliefs, personal convictions, and symbolic significance. Here are some common reasons why individuals choose baptism by immersion:

Scriptural Basis:

Many Christian denominations and believers interpret certain biblical passages, such as the baptism of Jesus in the Jordan River (Matthew 3:13-17), as indicating immersion as the mode of baptism. This scriptural basis leads them to choose immersion in adherence to what they believe is the biblical model.

Symbolism of Death and Resurrection:

Baptism by immersion is seen as symbolizing the death and burial of the old self and the resurrection to new life in Christ. The immersion into the water represents the burial of the old sinful nature, and rising from the water symbolizes a new life in Christ.

Identification with Christ:

Immersion is often viewed as a way to identify with the experience of Jesus. Just as Jesus was immersed in the Jordan River by John the Baptist, individuals who choose baptism by immersion see it as a way of participating in a similar act of obedience and identification with Christ.

Purification Symbolism:

Immersion is seen as a symbol of cleansing and purification. The act of going under the water is associated with washing away sins and emerging from the water symbolizes a purified and forgiven life.

Symbol of Unity:

For some Christians, immersion is seen as a unifying symbol among believers. It is a shared practice that helps create a sense of unity and common identity within the faith community.

Obedience to Christ's Command:

Many Christians view baptism as a commandment given by Jesus in the Great Commission (Matthew 28:19-20). Those who choose immersion see it as a direct response to Christ's instruction to baptize in the name of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit.

Regardless of why you choose to be baptized, baptism is an outward expression of an inward reality. If you are interested in being baptized, contact us using the form above or email to connect with someone about baptism directly.