Dr. Bill Crump (no login) Posted Sep 1, 2006 4:20 PM
What I infer from Zoe's post is that the number of people that we personally baptize in our lifetime will determine whether we are admitted into heaven. Of course, Zoe doesn't state what that specific, minimum number is, but surely there must be a magic number, or else s/he would not have mentioned it.
So let's ask Zoe the same question: How many people has s/he baptized by immersion for remission of sins and salvation (Mark 16:16 KJV) in his/her lifetime? Is this number sufficient to enter heaven? If not, how many baptisms are required before Zoe can enter heaven? And if Zoe has already met the required "quota" of baptisms that s/he implies is necessary to enter heaven, will s/he stop, sit back on his/her haunches, and revel in his/her own personal righteousness?