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Why The Use of G_D
First of ALL, more_excellent_way you're an idiot and you need a lesson in Humility. Secondly the names used by "GOD" in your Exodus reference are Elohim and Yahweh, not GOD, PUTZ.

Since there are "MANY" pagan gods you may find it disrespectful to use the letters "G""O""D" when referring to Jehovah/Yahweh anyway.

If You really want to use the TRUE name for "GOD the Father," use Jehovah or Yahweh, not GOD. There are others but since this site prohibits web addresses all I can say is try a search Hebrew4Christians. You'll find plenty of names for GOD there.

How To Baptise
Baptism is a response of the believer to the understanding of the Gospel of Jesus Christ- not the removal of the filth of the flesh- but of the conscience of the believer in response to the grace of God. My vote is to follow the book of Acts, we have a clear pattern of preaching and response there. We pray in Jesus name
whatever we do in word or deed in Jesus name.
Baptism is both in word and deed.

I Was Speaking In Tongues
in relation to speaking in tongues,the Bible states quite cleary that there should be an interpreter there to ,translate' I know also that when one is new to Christianty they here many things,it dosnt mean its all right.Godbless.

Celibacy For Catholic Priests
its unnatural for men to be celebate,strange manmade thing that further confuses the Kingdom of God

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