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them, but the reality remained. The one baptism of the one Spirit is the only baptism that
figures in the unity of the Spirit.
If other believers are found biting and devouring one another over the shadow, let us
see to it that we do not, for a little peace, yield the true place of the substance. Our stand
must be that every member of the church of the one body is ipso facto a "baptized
believer", and that no amount of emphasis on the type can lift it into the place of the
"The things which are seen are temporal, the things that are not seen are
age-abiding" (II Cor. 4: 18).