Page 5, par. 7 During the course of Jesus’ earthly ministry, his disciples also performed baptisms. Like those performed by John, these baptisms symbolized the individuals’ repentance over sins.......However, after Jesus’ death and resurrection, baptism would take on a much different meaning for his followers.
(not according to Acts 2:28 - “Repent, and let each one of you be baptized in the name of Jesus Christ for forgiveness of your sins, (as well as Matt. 26:28 & Eph. 1:7)
8 In 33 C.E., the resurrected Jesus appeared to a crowd of more than 500 men, women, and possibly even children. It may have been on that occasion that he said: “Go, therefore, and make disciples..........” (Matt. 28:19, 20; 1 Cor. 15:6) Yes, it seems that hundreds of his followers were present when Jesus gave the commission to make disciples.
(11 disciples at Matthew 28 can suddenly turn into 500 in 1 Corinthians – years later?)
It's noteworthy that JW's are quick to point out to members of Christendom that the terms "immortal soul," "trinity," and "hell-fire" do not appear anywhere in the scriptures, but ignore the fact that these terms , "governing body," "organization" and "dedicated/dedication" (re-baptism ) don't exist in the Bible either.