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Please enlighten me on this situation so I can continue to contribute with a clear conscience. Otherwise (not that I think this will cause concern for anyone), I am afraid I will have to quit posting here.

For starts, just do a search on "biomystic banned": http://search.yahoo.com/search;_ylt=Amp ... r=ush-mail


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"What the research eventually demonstrates is that there are continuities within religious ideation that date back to extremely early times and that reflect much about the human psyche in general."

This a quot from Murdock on a different blog but I would like to apply it here to the Baptizer. Can someone direct me to some reading that might quench the burning question in my mind: "Why?" What is it in the human psyche that requires a baptism? What is it we are trying to rid ourselves of?

Purification, for one thing. Have you read the chapter yet? In all seriousness, that's a good place to start. The chapter begins on p.233:

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