Hello, everyone. I am hoping someone will take a look at this and be able to help me with my question.
I was baptized in 1973, you know, because I was a teenager and old enough to stand on my own when Armageddon descended in 1975.
Perhaps elders, or any former elders especially, but anyone who was around then could help me with this question, because I honestly don't recall, and really need to know.
What were the baptismal questions the candidates responded to back then? Were we still asked if we repented of our sins, turned around, and were being baptized in the name of the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit?
The reason I'm asking is, I'm attending a non-denominational church that I really enjoy, and I see them doing baptisms. I know not everyone here feels this way, but I personally want to be saved and accept Jesus as my savior. I wonder if my JW baptism is valid, or if I will want to have it redone at the church. It all depends I guess, on what I agreed to in 1973 and what the baptismal questions were. I know the current questions have been changed.