#019: 12 Attributes of a Baptized Christian [Podcast]

Last week we looked a “bitter Catholics” so this week are reminding ourselves of the great spiritual identity and dignity that we have in Christ.

We go through 12 profound attributes of the Christian given by God to us in Christ. Saint Paul is our guide as he leads us through his Epistle of Romans with reminders that we are “more than conquerors.”

I also tried out a new podcast theme song. Leave me a comment below about whether you like the change.

Your 12 Attributes as a Baptized Christian

Print these out and put them in your Bible. Use them when you feel discouraged or defeated. The theology of Saint Paul is “become what you already are in Christ.”

1. In Christ I reign in life (Rom. 5:17).
2. In Christ I walk in newness of life (Rom. 6:4).
3. In Christ I am alive unto God (Rom. 6:11).
4. In Christ I bring forth fruits unto God (Rom. 7:4).
5. In Christ I have no condemnation (Rom. 8:1).
6. In Christ I have been made free from the law of sin and death (Rom. 8:2).
7. In Christ I live by the law of the Spirit of life (Rom. 8:2).
8. In Christ I am a child of God (Rom. 8:16).
9. In Christ I am an heir of God and a co-heir with Christ (Rom. 8:16-17).
10. In Christ I receive all things from God (Rom. 8:32).
11. In Christ I am more than a conqueror (Rom. 8:37).
12. In Christ nothing can separate me from the love of God (Rom. 8:38-39).


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  • mnemeroff

    I’m not a big fan of the new intro…I prefer the old one. Sorry!

    • Okay. Good to know. The old was one good. Anybody else. Is this a case of Coca-Cola and New Coke?

      • David

        Well and too, that it is less “catholic” or universal. Since your audience is growing to other latitudes, maybe down the road you can pick a nice latin hymn, Salve festa Dies, or the Magnificat, there is a huge catalogue….

    • tm9

      Me, too! By the way, does the original intro have a title? Please bring it back. 🙂

  • Aunt Lois

    Hi – I’m afraid I’m not a big fan of the new intro either. Whereas the new one sounds a little new-agey, the old one is more solid, stable, and memorable.

  • Abraham

    Thanks for another great podcast Dr. Marshall and in my humble opinion the old intro was better.

  • I had Joy listen to the show last night. She ALSO likes the old intro better. Shucks. It is a case of New Coke and Coca Cola Classic. Ooops.

  • David

    In today’s Divine Office: O
    Heavenly Word, Eternal Light” performed by The Schola Cantorum of St. Peter’s
    in the Loop Words: Verbum supernum prodiens, Attributed to St. Thomas
    Aquinas (1225-1274), ca. 1263

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  • James

    Finally got to listen to the podcast today and sorry not a fan of the new song, really like the old one. BTW what is the name of the song used in the original?

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  • isabel kissinger

    I always dance while listening to the intro music….wiggle my head from side to side.

  • Gregorio

    I’m knew to your podcasts. I really enjoy them. What is the name of the song of the Irish intro (that I think was only used on podcast 19)?