To be Bible people, we must practice Biblical truth. The Biblical form of baptism is immersion. A study of New Testament baptism will reveal that the Greek word for baptism is “baptizo”. It means to dip, plunge, put underneath in water. There are two other words used in the Greek related to baptism today. They are: “rantizo”, and “cheo”. The former is translated “sprinkling” while the latter is translated “pouring”. A thorough study of the New Testament will reveal that of the three Greek words used, only the word “baptizo” is used when people are converted to Christ. To begin a thorough study one must begin after the ascension of Christ in Acts 1.