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Daniel Keeran


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I can answer questions about early Christianity, baptismal liturgy, pacifism, care for the poor, how to become a New Testament Christian. I have authored several books on these subjects and have been a Christian teacher for many years.

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Daniel Keeran was born in Marion, Ohio. With a graduate degree in European history, he has developed a particular knowledge of baptismal fonts through extensive research, interviews with archaeologists, and visiting hundreds of baptismal sites in Europe and the Mediterranean region.


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The author is a graduate of David Lipscomb University (BA, Biblical Literature and European History), the University of Kentucky (MA, European History), and Kent School of Social Work, University of Louisville (MSW, Clinical Social Work).

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2014-08-20 eye has not seen:

The Spirit of God has revealed to some such as Paul who was "caught up," and John who Jesus revealed heavenly things to, as well as Elijah who saw in a vision "the Lord high and lifted up."  We can also

2013-11-06 wonders:

We must put the words of Jesus into practice like the wise man who built his house on a rock.          Suppose you saw a homeless man reach out his hand and raise a dead person to life and

2013-04-02 God in us:

The Holy Spirit in us means one belongs to Christ. The Spirit is a deposit on one's salvation.  I also recommend being part of a faith community such as    Here are some

2012-07-03 Am I Lost:

You can be confident that if you have been immersed into Christ for the forgiveness of sins on your repentance and faith that Jesus is the divine son of God who died for our sins and rose bodily from the

2011-11-15 info please:

Certainly there is the Father of our Lord Jesus and also the Holy Spirit who can be grieved.    Baptism into the name of Father, Son, and Holy Spirit is no different than baptism into the name of the Lord


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