Chinenye Oluoma Clarifies”Why Didn’t The Bible Says We Should Baptize In The Name Of Jesus Alone?”


In a recent video on Facebook, Fr. Chinenye Oluoma elaborated on the biblical instruction to baptize in the name of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit, highlighting the theological importance of this Trinitarian formula.CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>

He emphasized that this directive from Jesus, found in Matthew 28:19, reflects the unity and distinct roles of the Trinity in the Christian faith.The priest revealed that the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit each play unique and essential roles in the life of a Christian. Baptizing in the name of all three acknowledges their distinct contributions while affirming their unity as one God.

According to him, “Jesus said baptize them in the name of the Father, of the Son and of the Holy Spirit. Why did the Bible said we should do so? Why didn’t the Bible says we should baptize in the name of Jesus Christ alone? This is because if we baptize somebody in the name of the Son only, that is not yet a perfect baptism. The Trinity must be mentioned. Because they Perform different role, yet they are One.”CONTINUE FULL READING>>>>>