The Apostate Catholic Lie Of Baptism In The Titles Father Son And Of The Holy Ghost
The Pope Changed Immersion (Baptism)
1. They acknowledge that the original formula for baptism was in the Name of the Savior, but the Pope changed it." Catholic Encyclopedia, 1913 edition, volume 2, page 256.
2. "The baptismal formula was changed from the Name of the Savior, to the words Father, Son and Holy Ghost by the Catholic church in the second century." Encyclopedia Britannica, 11th edition, volume 3, pages 365-366.
3. "The early Church always immersed in the Name of the Savior, until the development of the trinity doctrine in the second century." Canney Encyclopedia of Religion, page 53.
4. "The Christian baptism was administered using the Name of the Savior. The use of the Trinitarian formula of any sort was not suggested in the early church history. Baptism was always in the Name of the Savior." Hastings Encyclopedia of Religion, volume 2, pages 377-379.
5. "Moreover, there is no mention in the New Testament of any one being immersed into the name of the trinity." Dictionary of the Bible, by Hastings, volume 1, page 242, 1906 edition.
6. "The term 'trinity' was originated by Tertullian, a Roman Catholic church father." New International Encyclopedia, volume 22, page 477.
7. "The New Testament knows only one baptism in the Name of the Messiah, which still occurs even in the second and third century." Schaff Herzog Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge, volume 1, page 435, 1906 edition.
8. "The formula used was in the Name of the Savior. There is no evidence for the use of the trinity name." Encyclopedia of Religion and Ethics, volume 2, page 384, 1958 edition.
9. "With the early disciples, generally, baptism was in the Name of the Messiah." A History of the Christian Church by Williston Walker, page 87, 1959 edition.
10. Under Formula: "In the name of Jesus Christ or of the Lord Jesus. The former expression is used in Acts 2:38 and 10:48. The latter is used in Acts 8:16 and 19:5. See also Acts 22:16... From these passages, and from Paul's words in the 1st Corinthians 1:13 ('Was Paul crucified for you, or were ye baptized in the name of Paul?), it is natural to conclude that baptism was administered in the earliest times 'in the name of Jesus Christ', or that 'of the Lord Jesus.' This view is confirmed by the fact that the earliest forms of the baptismal confession appear to have been single--not triple, as was the later creed." Encyclopedia Biblica, volume 1, page 473, 1899 edition.