Thanks for letting me know on that. I didn't realize those links were bad. I will have them corrected this weekend. I appreciate letting me knowHi Mark,
I sent you 3 messages through your site's contact form, but I realise now you don't look at that. Anyway, some hiccups below in your site.
1. Above page - the link to download file is AGaebelen.zip and not SRAndrson.zip which is what it's supposed to be.
2. The download file is missing for The Holy Spirit by V. E. Howard. Can't remember which page.
3. Above page - HORÆ HOMILETICÆ - the file is the wrong one. Instead it's NTCBC.zip
Thank you Mark.
Unless I am mistaken, the Roger A. Dickson referred to above wrote a book entitled BAPTISM (https://www.worldevangelismlibrary.org/wp-content/uploads/2022/06/Baptism-Roger-Dickson.pdf). In Chapter 3, "Baptism is essential for salvation", the author writes this (pp. 18-19):NEW COMMENTARY MODULE NOW COMPLETED!!
Dickson Teacher's Bible - This is the popular Dickson Teacher's Bible and
Commentary on the entire Bible, by Roger E. Dickson of South Africa.
As of 7/08/2022, this module is now Completed with verse-by-verse
Commentary for all of the books from Genesis to Revelation.
Expanded comments have been added to the book of Acts. This
Commentary Module is based on the International King James Version
and features all 66 Books. Please note that this work is far superior to
B.W. Johnson's People's New Testament Notes. The ZIP file includes
the sub-directory "Dickson-Assets" which currently includes Maps,
Charts and Illustrations for the books of Mark, Luke and John.
Eventually all books will contain such Graphics.
TAB Name: "Dickson" -- ZIPped: 30.5 MB.
The current updated Module itself is approx. 16.9 MB in size.
Please Note: Future plans are to add B.W. Johnson's New Testament
Notes to this module. This would be "Version 2." If there is a "Version 3,"
it might possibly include E.M. Zerr's Bible Commentary, which is available
from my website in .PDF format.
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In the world of denominational religion there has probably been more discussion concerning the purpose and importance of baptism than any other New Testament teaching. By a casual reading of the New Testament one can clearly see that the subject of baptism is very important. In this chapter our purpose will be to emphasize the importance of baptism in relation to one’s salvation.
Since the New Testament times, however, there have been those who believe that remission of sins, regeneration, and consequently, salvation, precede one’s obedience to the Gospel in baptism. It is believed by some that there is an actual and real remission of sins at the point one believes in Jesus as his personal Savior. It is affirmed that when one truly repents and believes on Jesus that he is born again.
Some have taught that baptism is a “sign of regeneration”, or new birth. In other words, salvation is not dependent upon one’s obedience to the Gospel [sic: missing period] One is saved or born again, and then, he or she is to be baptized.
In the following material we will uphold the major New Testament teaching that baptism is essential to one’s salvation. In other words, one is not saved unless he or she has obeyed the Gospel by immersion.